Anyone interested in Trading their 19" wheels to 18"? - Ford Mustang Forum
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Anyone interested in Trading their 19" wheels to 18"?

To my (limited) knowledge lol, there doesn't seem to be a marketplace forum for people here, other than the classifieds. I wasn't sure how to go about this but the people here seem pretty nice and aren't too nazi on how or what people asks on the threads they create. I just wanted to know if anyone was interested in trading their stock 19"s for my 18's. Unfortunately, I am def not a fan of my stock 18's but they do offer a good ride and there is more than 80% of their stock Pzero tread left on them. I was wondering if anyone would be willing to trade any sort of 19's + cash?

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There's always Brembo wheels up in the f/s section. You can probably score a set with tires and tpms for about 1000 bucks if you look hard enough. The stock 18s don't fetch much used unfortunately, so I doubt someone will want to do a trade. You're better off keeping them and putting them back on the car when you plan to get rid of it.
Sterling grey looks great with Brembo wheels too!

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Nice wheels. I would try to sell them locally (what I did with my 2012 V6 PP 19's) and buy some new ones. Trades do work, but it may be easier and less time consuming to just sell em' to a local.

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The GT/CS 19's with their dark grey and polished machined surfaces would look great on sterling grey too. I saw a set on Ebay w/o tires a few weeks ago for like $800.
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