- (1) Wheel
- (1) Center Cap
- Hardware included:
- None Required
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Add TPMS Sensor Kit (recommended for 07+)
Add TPMS Tool (required to sync sensor kit)
Note: Priced per wheel.
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:||Carroll Shelby Wheels||Style:||CS70|
|Placement:||Front or Rear||Centercap Size:||Included|
|Back Spacing:||6.2" (158mm)||Offset:||+30mm (1.2")|
|Bolt Pattern:||5x4.5" (5x114.3mm)||Weight:||33.4 lbs|
|Material:||Aluminum||Lip Size :||N/A|
|Best Tire :||255/35-20||Year/Model:||2005-2014 V6, GT, Bullitt, Shelby GT500|
How will the installation of this wheel / tire package impact ground clearance and turning radius of my stock 2012 GT500 ? I have a very steep driveway. Ground clearance is critical when transitioning from street to driveway and back.
The Staggered Shelby CS70 Matte Black Wheel & Sumitomo Tire Kit - 20x9/10 (05-14 All) will not have clearance if your Mustang is not lowered. The turning radius over the stock GT500 wheels will not change either.
Installation Time:Shop Install
Installation Time: Shop Install
Installation Cost: $100-$250
March 29, 2013
Not the level of quality I was expecting from a "Shelby" product
I own a 2010 GT500 and purchased these wheels to replace my stock 18" SVT wheels. Upon receipt of the four (20x9 front and 20x10 rear) wheels all but one had minor imperfections. Three had what I would call minor problems - essentially sand-like particles blown into the clear coat. One of the wheels also had a odd small white-ish circle on the edge of the wheel. I call it odd because in some lighting conditions it is VERY visible and in others it is not visible at all. I would classify each of these defects as minor, but all together gives a feeling of less than optimal build quality. In addition to the imperfections noted above, the matte black paint of the rim does not continue all the way to to the edge of the lug holes. What this means is when I installed black acorn lug nuts there was an unfinished silver ring around each lug nut. I had to paint the inside of the lug area to resolve this issue. In my opinion that is not acceptable. Particularly when talking about a wheel that is almost $400 each. Shelby is supposed to mean high quality standards. This missed the mark for me. If I paid $200/wheel I wouldn't be complaining.
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