Even if they don't technically come out for sale, you can still get your hands on some if you really want them. The Stallion owners will need a way to order replacements from their dealership if something happens, so that means you can get them that way. Just order 'em from the dealer.
That's how I'm planning to order the Stallion hood, side skirts, and rear.
Keep in mind that the 22" is really too big for a stock mustang. The reason such large rims look so good on the Foose Stallion is because of the body modifications; the front and rear are a bit bulkier, heavier looking, and so the larger rims look proportional. Nineteen, or possibly even 20 if you do it right, is the max for a regular 05.
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First, that wheel does not come in a 22". It comes in a 20", and a 19" inch for the Stallion edition. Secondly, you CAN buy that wheel. The wheel is called the Foose "Nitrous". I've already found a few sites that carry them. Just search-- Foose "Nitrous" Wheel. They're about $500 per wheel for the chrome. They also come in black, and silver.
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