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- How to Install AmericanMuscle Wheels on Your Mustang
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- How to Install Wheels on Your 1979-2013 Mustang
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Hey, guys. Justin with AmericanMuscle.com, and I'm checking out the Niche Milan Wheels fitting all 2005 to 2014 Mustangs, available in your choice of either silver or black machined. Niche Wheels have been popping up all over the Mustang scene lately thanks to their modern designs, like the Milan here, the Apex, and the Targa. Now, if you do want to see more wheels for your ride, I highly suggest you click on that link below to subscribe to our YouTube channel, if you haven't done so already.The Milan's modern flat five spoke design has become extremely popular with S197 owners as of late thanks to its simplistic design that does fill up the wheel wells nicely. Because the wheel is such a simple design, it makes it an excellent choice for Brembo cars or other owners out there who have killer brake setups they're looking to show off.The lightweight aluminum Milans are only available in a 20-inch diameter and in 2 width options: 8.5-inch wide wheel and a 10-inch wide wheel. As for the colors, well, we're looking at a matte black machined, which is shown on our 2014 GT and our 2006 GT behind me. Our 2005 V6 is sporting the very cool Milan in silver. Now, those different width options do leave you with a choice. Go with the always popular staggered set up and stick the wider wheel and tire in the rear, or, if you want, you can go with a square or standard setup, meaning you have the same width wheel and tire on all four corners, which does give you the ability to properly rotate those tires in the future.Either way, if you do want to see more pictures of these wheels installed on some of our fleet cars here at AM, in addition to some customer submitted images, just click on the link below to head back to the product page at AmericanMuscle.com, if you're not there already. Of course, you can buy these wheels just by themselves if you'd like. However, if you're going to need some new tires to go along with your new Niche Milans, why not let us handle all the work for you? We do offer a few prebuilt tire and wheel kits that pair your niche wheels up with some of the top tires on the market today in sizes that are guaranteed to fit your Mustang without rubbing, even if you lower it an inch or two. Now, by going with one of these prebuilt kits, not only do the wheels and tires ship for free, but when they do arrive to you they're already mounted and balanced, ready to be bolted up to your ride.When it does come time to install those new wheels and tires, just grab a floor jack and some basic hand tools. Now, of course, you want to crack those lugs loose first before you get the car in the air. Once the car is jacked up, simply swap out all four wheels and tires, tighten those lugs, and you should be good to go. While this is a pretty straightforward job, there is little bit of work involved, so we'll call it an hour from start to finish.Of course, if you have any questions about the install, or if you have any more questions about the Milans themselves, do not hesitate to get in touch with one of our Mustang experts by phone or by email. So if you're looking for a modern yet classy wheel that's going to give you a very aggressive look and fitment, then be sure to check out the Niche Milans available right here at AmericanMuscle.com.
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Note: Requires either tuner lug nuts or 6-spline style lug nuts. 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
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|Placement:||Front or Rear|
|Offset:||1.37 Inches, 35mm|
|Backspacing:||6.10 inches, 155mm|
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