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CVPI wheels on my 72 coupe
#1
mounted up some cvpi wheels on my car and im pretty pleased how it looks. really makes me want to get a set widened to custom offsets and drop the car some more.

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the fit is actually not bad but If I could I would space the rears and the fronts a tad bit more but that's what wheel widening is for

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I think they look great as they are! What size are the tires?

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#3
I think the rears are 255/60/ 16s and the the fronts are 225/50 / 16

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My prayers have been answered! I have been months looking online for someone that has installed police interceptor wheels on a 71-73 Mustang and have come up short. I have a set that I've been wanting to install on my '71 as well, and haven't bought the tires yet out of fear that it'd be a waste of money if they don't look right. Until today, that is. Now I see they look pretty badass. Agreed that a bit of spacing is needed, but overall, they look great. Thanks for the post, and for removing all doubt about CVPI wheels on a Mustang. Unfortunately for you, though, you won't be the only one rolling around in police wheels haha. Cheers!

EDIT: Got side pics of the car?

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#5
Do the front rims have spacers on them already, or do the photos above show them bolted directly with no further modifications?

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#6
ill try and get some < believe it or not I didn't think the fronts would clear cause I heard something about 16 inch wheels not clearing the front of mustangs. I had em on my 99 ranger for a bit and it looked cool but I got some stock chrome wheels for my truck I like so the vic wheels I deceded to throw em on my mustang for some fun. and I really like how it looks. im kinda obsessed with the madmax and the superstock look...

cudak888 I bolted em straight and checked for interence which there was none . I have factory disk, I would like to space the front out if I had the right spacer

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Now that is to cool! Nice job.Cool
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#8
Looks cool! I may have to do that to one of my cars. I like it a lot.

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#9
thanks for the feedback folks, if anybody decides to mount some up on their ride post up some photos

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I think it would be complete with trim rings.

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