2005-2014 Mustangs Discussions on the latest S197 model Mustangs from Ford.

22' Wheels????

Old 05-27-2008, 10:32 PM
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I don't see a whole lot of difference with 20" and 22" both look ricey to me.

Granted I come from a world of 15x10 rock crawlers so this is all new. My previous owner sported 20"s and I feel gas as it is.

Not very functional in my opinion for what the Mustangs were designed for. Maybe someone with more smarts in the matter and some science behind the point could point out what I'm missing.
more clearance to fit big sessy brakes.
20's can look out of place on some stangs, but on others, they look good.
plus, all the european supercars have big rims, and we all know european cars > american cars. [8D]

./flamesuit on

also, you can flame me on this too, but i personally think the s197 looks better than the mustangs of the 60's and 70's. imo, they look more balanced and aggressive, but hey, what do i know. im from a different generation
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Old 05-27-2008, 10:54 PM
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I own 20's and I hate them and wish I never bought them. 22's wow that would suck. Just because you can feel so much of a difference in how your car performs with the heavier wheels. I prefere a light weight nice wheel. 18's at MOST for me for now on.

I can see 22's ONLY for SEMA shows and stuff like that when the car is riced out and over the top any ways.
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