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Aftermarket wheel thread.

bybcous

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Im purchasing a st in the morning and it wil be my wife's car and only looking to lower it and add some wheels, let me see what you have. Im purchasing a used CPO car with 18k. Paying 46k, is this too much. Heres my stang im probaly gonna trade in soon on a newer cts v
 

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Imo yes, that is too much for a 18k mile ST. I got mine brand new off the showroom floor for 51k because they had it for a little while.
But anywho, here is my wife’s with 20x10, 295/45 and lowered on steeda springs
 

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RTR 20x9.5 wheels with 295x45 tires. Still waiting on lowering springs, but a photoshopped pic below is what it'll look like when completed. The price you mentioned may be a tad high.....depending on options. I picked up my 2020 brand new for $50,650 +tax/title/tags. It was $58K MSRP. Roughly $1700 for wheels/tires/tpms.


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Im looking to go 11 inch in rear and 325s, anyone knowledgeable enough to now what offset i need. im looking at either 19 or 20s.
 

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I love the wheels on Unbroken's ST....they fit his ST perfectly. I'm pretty sure my wife would have killed me if I spent as much on her ST's wheels as I have on my vette. I'm on my fourth set of custom wheels in a year and a half. I have wheel issues. :cautious: Gotta have nice shoes for a nice car.
 

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OP......Advan GT forged wheels also fit the ST very well even though the set I purchased for my GT were actually designed for the Nissan GTR fronts (20x10 +35). Lots of choices out there.
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I followed Unbroken's lead and went with BC Forged - but I went with the EH309's in 22x10.5. They're in production now - hopefully will have them by end of month


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I followed Unbroken's lead and went with BC Forged - but I went with the EH309's in 22x10.5. They're in production now - hopefully will have them by end of month


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Looks awesome!!

Here’s mine - I love this beast
TSW Turbina wheels - 20x9 et20
Vredestein Wintrac Pro tires - 275/50/20
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Lol - yeah, I kinda feel bad freezing in the 65 degree weather when I see all these pics in the snow :)
Ha! Yeah I am not too far from you. My wife walks around like there is going to be a blizzard any minute and its sunny mid 60's. But we suffer through that long hot summer. I am about to install that whipple IC curious how it will help when its 114 or better.
 


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