- (4) Wheels
- (4) Center Caps
- (4) Tires
- Hardware included:
- None Required
Add FREE Nitrogen Fill
Add TPMS Sensor Kit (recommended for 2007+)
Add TPMS Sync Tool
Note: The stock lug nuts (13/16”) prove to be too large when used in conjunction with these wheels. Please take a look at the Lug Nut Ordering Options above for some compatible options.
Fitment: 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details
Free Mounting & Balancing: Professional mounting & balancing is available on all wheels and tires when purchased together on the same order, so you can just swap your wheels in your driveway when they arrive. We even offer Free Nitrogen tire fill (see option above).
What is TPMS? The Tire pressure Monitoring System is a safety feature on all 2007+ Ford Mustangs that alerts you when your tire pressure drops to an unsafe limit.
How do I keep my TPMS feature? Aftermarket wheels don't have TPMS sensors. If you select 'Add TPMS Sensor Kit' and 'Add TPMS Tool' at the top of the page when you order your wheels, then chose Free Mounting & Balancing when you add tires, we'll install the sensors for free!
Difficulty Level:Simple installation for anyone
|Manufacturer:||Foose Wheels||Style:||Foose Speed|
|Placement:||Front and Rear||Centercap Size:||Custom (2.47")|
|Back Spacing:||5.7" (145mm)||Offset:||+30mm (1.2")|
|Bolt Pattern:||5x4.5" (5x114.3mm)||Weight:|
|Material:||Aluminum||Lip Size :||N/A|
|Best Tire :||Included||Year/Model:||2005-2014 V6, GT Excludes GT500|
Does not fit Shelby GT500
I have a 2006 V6 Mustang Convertible with OEM Alumumin wheels and 215x65rx16 tires. Are any fit issues and computer reflash issues when installing the Foose 18x8 wheels with Pirelli tires? Richard
You will find no fitment issues at all with the Foose Speed Chrome Wheel & Pirelli Tire Kit - 18x8 (05-14 GT, V6). However, this kit will be slightly taller than your stock wheels, and any time you change the diameter of your wheels you are susceptible to an uncalibrated speedometer. The difference this kit will bring you will be one, maybe two miles an hour off. If you would like to fix this, if you have or would like to buy a tuner/programmer, most programmers come with the feature to recalibrate your speedometer. If you don't have a programmer and don't feel like spending the money on one, you can save some money and buy the Ford Performance Speedometer Recalibration Tool (94-10 All) (Item #50139) which would do the trick. You can find that here: http://www.americanmuscle.com/ford-speedo-tool-9410.html