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Anyone Running 2005-2009 Factory Bullitts
#1
I have a set of both 17 and 18 Factory Bullitt wheels just wondering if I would need to run spacers if I went to put them on a 71-73.
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#2
Check out Mustang Monthly, there is an article about using new mustang wheels on older mustangs.
You will need spacers! The article will tell you what size to get!

I currently have '94 bullit wheels on mine.
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#3
You will need spacers. I don't have factory Bullits but a similar wheel designed for the 2005-2009. All the measurements are in here:
http://www.7173mustangs.com/thread-my-ex...ger-wheels

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f117rt;99485 Wrote:Check out Mustang Monthly, there is an article about using new mustang wheels on older mustangs.
You will need spacers! The article will tell you what size to get!

I currently have '94 bullit wheels on mine.

Do you remember which month for the article?
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#5
I came across this adapter its @ mustangs unlimited.

http://www.mustangsunlimited.com/itemdy0...1=1010A+01

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mweeps;99596 Wrote:
f117rt;99485 Wrote:Check out Mustang Monthly, there is an article about using new mustang wheels on older mustangs.
You will need spacers! The article will tell you what size to get!

I currently have '94 bullit wheels on mine.

Do you remember which month for the article?

Found it:
http://www.mustangmonthly.com/techarticl...ewall.html
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#7
Its the same wheel adapters used.

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#8
I have found the 94-04 offsets to be much closer to our cars, only needed 1/2" spacers for mine.

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droptop73;99669 Wrote:I have found the 94-04 offsets to be much closer to our cars, only needed 1/2" spacers for mine.

But I have my choice of 17 or 18 in my garage since I have both for my 07 GT
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#10
The article said a '95 cobra-R wheel in 17x9 should fit. Has anyone used a 17x9 with success?
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