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Old 9/7/13, 08:44 AM
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Found some pics of these online. They look awesome.
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Old 9/7/13, 09:50 AM
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It may be a little while till I get them. Not a super high priority. Also, I know in a year I'll have much more disposable income. House will be sold, Mustang will be paid off, among other things.

Otherwise, I'll be buying one wheel a month for a little while. It's fun to set goals.
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Old 9/8/13, 11:34 AM
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Also considering these:

Niche Nurburg. Sort of reminds me of a big Rota P-45.


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Old 9/8/13, 08:24 PM
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Not mad...
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Old 11/27/13, 06:30 PM
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I like these staggered and concave Niche Milan wheels, these mustangs love a full 5-spoke plus they're in your budget:



These should clear the front brembos in 20x8.5 correct?

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Old 11/28/13, 09:11 AM
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Originally Posted by FromZto5 View Post

These should clear the front brembos in 10x8.5 correct?
If you mean 20x8.5 and 20x10, yes they should. If you mean 10x8.5...I think they would clear brembo brakes on a go cart but not your mustang.
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Originally Posted by mikeyt03 View Post
If you mean 20x8.5 and 20x10, yes they should. If you mean 10x8.5...I think they would clear brembo brakes on a go cart but not your mustang.
haha… so much for my go kart idea.

Kidding, yes, type-o. I corrected the above post of mine.

But yes, I checked that they would clear, but I just wanted to double check. How did you know? You have them on yours? or know a buddy? My sales guy said they should, and 2 other sites that I checked the box "Brembo" gave me the "should fit" flag… so should be good.

thanks for info.
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If my Mustang ownership continues for sure into a 2nd to third year, the wheels will be changing still. Getting married in a month, and have a lot more possibly going on (may move in the next year), so I have things on hold for now.
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Originally Posted by TheDivaDanielle View Post
If my Mustang ownership continues for sure into a 2nd to third year, the wheels will be changing still. Getting married in a month, and have a lot more possibly going on (may move in the next year), so I have things on hold for now.
Congrats on the marriage. Promise me you won't move back to Wisconsin . I don't miss that state.

As for your pony, you're looking to get a Shelby right? Someday for me... For now, my setup should hold me over
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Congrats on the marriage. Promise me you won't move back to Wisconsin . I don't miss that state.

As for your pony, you're looking to get a Shelby right? Someday for me... For now, my setup should hold me over
Yeah, would be looking for a Grabber Blue/White, Dark Red/White, or White/Blue striped Shelby. Needs to be non-recaros/SVTPP (cuz I hate the wheels) and needs Shaker Pro (nav would be nice, not required), still needs to be a convertible.

or what comes in 2015 for the Mustang (would have to be cheaper GT then). I'd seriously consider a ZL1 Vert too, but that's $$$ and the Camaros are like 2-3k more than a equivalent Mustang.

Just need to make it to that point where we owe less than what's it's worth. We might already be there, I dunno.

Checked... not there.. Loan was for 46k, note down to 31k, KBB says about 28k on a trade in.

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I really like those Niche Milan's, but Danielle, for your light-color car I would go with the silver wheels, not the darker ones.

I'm looking into the darker ones for my Sterling Gray though
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