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Conversation Between NTO_GUY and tfryes
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  1. NTO_GUY
    05-30-2014 10:40 AM
    Sorry for the late response. They sound like they are aftermarket. These wheels are factory for the 05-09 and they sit "in" further than factory wheels specific to your year. If you were to get these factory Bullitt Wheels they would need to have a 13mm spacer so they sit out further and do not rub. I currently do not have the spacer. I would imagine your best best bet would be to get another aftermarket set the same size as your current wheels. Hope this helps.

  2. tfryes
    05-12-2014 05:19 PM
    Hi,, I m new here and have a question. I ve a 96 GT, with tires 245/45/ZR17. Looking for a set of chrome bullitt style wheels. I ve measured the wheels ( original ) and they appear to be 9" wide? I thought they were all 17" x 8" stock. so what size wheel should I be considering ? I ve posted the car in my "garage" thx Peter

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