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Any link for the Boss 302 black wheels yet?
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Any link for the Boss 302 black wheels yet?
Not sure if you're referring to stock black Boss 302 wheels, or the black version of the LS wheels.

The black version of the LS wheels are here:
http://www.fordracingparts.com/parts...KeyField=12611
http://www.fordracingparts.com/parts...KeyField=12612

Have not seen the stock black B302 wheels yet.
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Thanks, Boss wheels not LS.
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Thanks, Boss wheels not LS.
Gotcha. I'm on the lookout for those as well.

Looks like the LS-style wheels are already rolling in:

https://themustangsource.com/f691/fr...3/#post6009333
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I'm interested to know if there's a weight difference between the BOSS rim and the BOSS LS rim, and if so, what the difference is.
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Any info on the Boss stripe decals? Just thinking that some with kona might want to swap the white stripes with black.
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Any info on the Boss stripe decals? Just thinking that some with kona might want to swap the white stripes with black.
I looked into it on the Ford parts website. It appears that they want north of 600$ for a complete set, but I may be wrong. I am not sure how to interpret the codes that group the decals together.

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Originally Posted by PTRocks View Post
I looked into it on the Ford parts website. It appears that they want north of 600$ for a complete set, but I may be wrong. I am not sure how to interpret the codes that group the decals together.
Do you have the link? I can't find them.
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That'll make cloning easier.
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Originally Posted by 5 DOT 0 View Post
Do you have the link? I can't find them.
Starting here:
  • use VIN - 1ZVBP8CU6C5199884
  • 'search catalog'
  • category - 'Body'
  • sub-category - 'Emblems'
  • scroll through the list to find <20000A "With Boss Package ; Accent Stripe - Ebony (Right)"
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If someone else can make head's or tails which of <20000A through <20000E are needed to make a complete set, please let us know.
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Anyone know what these weigh?

Look like a good priced track wheel.



Tire sizes?
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Originally Posted by Scruffy281 View Post
Anyone know what these weigh?

Look like a good priced track wheel.

Tire sizes?
The race guys may be able to answer better, I have looked for the weight difference between the Boss and LS wheels but could not find anything. Keep in mind these are not the "race" wheels but the factory LS wheels. The race wheels are (I assume) lighter then both Boss and LS wheels and use different studs.



Originally Posted by PTRocks View Post
Starting here:
  • use VIN - 1ZVBP8CU6C5199884
  • 'search catalog'
  • category - 'Body'
  • sub-category - 'Emblems'
  • scroll through the list to find <20000A "With Boss Package ; Accent Stripe - Ebony (Right)"
  • View Image
If someone else can make head's or tails which of <20000A through <20000E are needed to make a complete set, please let us know.
That easy??? Guess you the official looker upper guy here, I would have never found it
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Originally Posted by 2012YellowBoss View Post
Keep in mind these are not the "race" wheels but the factory LS wheels. The race wheels are (I assume) lighter then both Boss and LS wheels and use different studs.
Those are the wheels that come on the $80K Boss 302S race car. The 302R comes with 18" lightweight BBS wheels.
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Seems like some confusion. There are four wheels out there; Boss 302, 302 LS, 302S, and 302R. Might need to be a bit more specific when talking about them.
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The LS and 302S wheels are the same just different colors.
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Originally Posted by 5 DOT 0 View Post
The LS and 302S wheels are the same just different colors.
Yes, your absolutely right, but for all intensive purposes, they are different wheels and part #'s. That way people aren't confused. I've seen people refer to the 302S wheels as LS wheels and its confusing people.
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FWIW the R wheel requires 5/8" studs.
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