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2005 mustang wheels/tire size help

So to start off. Would 15x10in rims fit on a 2005 mustang? Enough clearance? So racestar is having a clearance on there uni-lug wheels. Im wanting the 15x10 on there site it says you have to relocate the sway bar?? Is that true? And they have open and closed end lug kits?? What's the advantage of either?

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Do they make em in 16's, they would fit for sure??


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I myself don't want any more uni lug wheels. As in fits more than 1 bolt pattern. I have 2 8x15 Greg Weld uni lug wheels I would like to get rid of. My experience with them is that they are a super pain to put on and take off. My advice to you is buy some wheels that fit your car, and stay away from uni lug wheels. The wheels I speak of have slots instead of holes for the lug nuts. If the wheels you are speaking have 2 sets of holes for the different bolt patterns they should be fine. Stay away from the slotted bolt holes uni lug wheels they are a PITA.
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