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Buying bullit rims for my 2000 stang, will 20's fit?
you'll get a lot of crap for it, and they are verrry heavy, so be ready...but yes they will fit no problem. I haven't had the money yet, but if you do get them, lower your car otherwise you will sit about as high as a ranger. Seriously, go for 18's...you won't regret it, they are big enough and yet they still look classic...The only reason i went for 20's is because i always wanted some and i finally had the money for it, you will get flamed but if you like them go for it! I love mine...
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The best thing I ever did was get 17's. Going from the stock (and very ugly) 15's to the 17's made absolutely no difference in the ride quality, and everyone says they look great on my car. 20's shouldn't go on a sport coupe/convertible, unless your driving a Porsche or something.
2000 Ford Mustang V6 Convertible
It's not fast, but it's not slow, but it will sure as hell give you a run for your money
3:73 gears, Mini Spool
Flowtech LongTubes, Single chamber cherry bombs
150 shot of N/X plate system
High rise Edelbrock Victor Jr w/ 750 double pumper
B&M short throw shifter
Proform electric water pump
3 step control.... rpm activation switch
17X9" Cobra Rims
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