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Yup I just got the same...good times. Thinking about hoarding...they'll never be this cheap again!
What wheels did you go with?
I got a set of AMR wheels - 18x10 all around, and the same style I have now (I guess that makes me unimaginative - ). I know they're heavy (but a pound lighter each than my 18x9s), but I can't afford the light wheels right now. The way I have it figured is that when I can afford $1600 for a set of proper wheels, I can convert the 18x10s to street use and run a staggered setup with 18x9's on the front (which I already have four of).
I found a place that makes custom centers for wheel caps, too.
Had I not bought the suspension, I would've done the same thing lol
2011 Red Candy Metallic GT Premium w/ Bassani Race axle backs, Heartthrob X-pipe and over axle pipes, Bama Tune, 3.73s, JLT CAI, Boss intake manifold, JLT oil separator, Ford Racing adjustable shocks and struts w/ "P" springs, 19x8.5 AMR Charcoals (street) 18x10 SVE Drifts w/ 285/40/18 Eagle F1s (track)
Texas World Speedway Best Lap 2:13.86
2003 Roush F-150 Stage 2 (support vehicle)
Haha, same here. But I'll take 8 LOL. Couldn't beat that price, even if they are "old stock". Also just ordered a harness bar to put my racing belts in.
What wheels are you getting? Only question for me is what color I should paint my wheels before mounting the tires :hihi:
Try the matte black Dip-It spray. You don't see the brake dust, easy to clean and later if you want original wheel back, peel off the Dip-It. I was surprised how well it went on and holds up under track use.
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