- (1) Wheel
- (1) Center Cap
- Hardware included:
- None Required
Add TPMS Sensor Kit (recommended for 07+)
Add TPMS Tool (required to sync sensor kit)
Note: Priced per wheel.
Note: Requires either tuner lug nuts or 6-spline style lug nuts
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
|Placement:||Front or Rear||Centercap Size:||na|
|Back Spacing:||6.4" (163mm)||Offset:||+35mm (1.4")|
|Bolt Pattern:||5x4.5" (5x114.3mm)||Weight:|
|Best Tire :||255/35-20||Year/Model:||2005-2014 V6, GT, Bullitt & Shelby GT500|
Installation Time: Afternoon
October 18, 2013
As far as appearance goes the stock wheels always leave a bit of a "MEH" feeling from the GT's, even the 19" Premium and Brembo wheels are sort of Boring. So the fix is to spring for a set of these Forgestar wheels. They look lightweight because they are and they really POP on a visual mod that also helps reduce your Mustang's unsprung weight over the OEM Wheels. I purchased a set of staggered wheels since there are not too many choices that offer an 11" inch width for the rears. And I wanted to maximize the the contact patch on my rear wheels. So I have 20 x 9.5's on front and 20 x 11's on the rear. Fitment was pretty easy... these line right up to your hub and bolt right up. The only snag I ran into was mounting the rear wheels. I had the car on a lift so the entire suspension was unsprung and the rear axle places the upper inside of the 11 inch wheel against the lower portion of the chassis where the the rear coil housing is bulged out slightly So the rear 20 x 11 wheel won't spin unless you fully torque all the lug nuts down and then the wheel just barely spins, that's how tight the clearance is.. So for the rear wheels to clear its better if you place the rear on jack stands with the suspension loaded. Then the Wheel will spin freely when mounted. Look at it this way.... You're not going to be doing flying jumps with your car so the rear should be planted and the rake and the spoilers are designed to apply constant downforce. So technically you'll never be in a situation where the wheels ever rub on the chassis. American Muscle garantees fitment. And I can say for sure...they are spot on correct. And the 11 inch wide tires look truly mean and all about serious traction.
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