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Nice rims, they match the car well! 20s on front and 19s on rear?
Thanks Lowrider1776, Rears are actually 20". It's probably a combination of things that make the rears look smaller in pics. Fronts are "deep", rears are "super deep" and the rear 275s maybe have the slightest more stretch to them because I wanted wider 255 in front vs 245. Shaved the fronts to keep the FR/RR diameter ratio in check.
 

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Super sharp. I like it.
Thanks SM105K, I'm 10ECOMKS on Ecoboost Perf Forum. I haven't posted anything there in a while. Did you ever get around to adding a drain plug on your PTU?
 

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Thanks SM105K, I'm 10ECOMKS on Ecoboost Perf Forum. I haven't posted anything there in a while. Did you ever get around to adding a drain plug on your PTU?
I did. It has been about a year now.
 

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20" Gloss black rims. Freshly detailed and ceramic coated. And some tire shine on the tires.

I love these wheels in my SHO, but the only thing I hate is the wheels look absolutely filthy again as soon as I drive it after washing it.
 

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20" Gloss black rims. Freshly detailed and ceramic coated. And some tire shine on the tires.

I love these wheels in my SHO, but the only thing I hate is the wheels look absolutely filthy again as soon as I drive it after washing it.
Mine do the same. I even ceramic coated mine too.
 

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Thank you very much for the info!
Thank you guys for mentioning my adapter bracket kit and copying the link to my website. Please also stay tuned for new products coming out soon, as @802SHO and I have been steadily working for the past year on a billet PTU brace/heat shield which is now in the production phase.
 

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Yeah buddy! Those fender flares look pretty sick with them... almost feels like it was built that way originally
 

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20220719 193050Here's my 2014 Interceptor sedan 3.5 ecoboost (I know no SHO) with 2018 Mustang GT 20x9 wheels with the factory 265/35r20 tires. I'm going to go with a 265/40r20 tire to match the OG diameter 245/55r18s that it left the factory with and adjust the ride height with some aftermarket bits. I used a set of 63.4mm to 70.4mm hubcentric rings and for now the factory Interceptor lug nuts torqued at 105ft/lbs. No issues whatsoever, perfect fit and the only noticeable differences are stiffer ride due to the lower profile and the one inch wider rim does track/pull in ruts/grooves more positively.
 

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View attachment 84533Here's my 2014 Interceptor sedan 3.5 ecoboost (I know no SHO) with 2018 Mustang GT 20x9 wheels with the factory 265/35r20 tires. I'm going to go with a 265/40r20 tire to match the OG diameter 245/55r18s that it left the factory with and adjust the ride height with some aftermarket bits. I used a set of 63.4mm to 70.4mm hubcentric rings and for now the factory Interceptor lug nuts torqued at 105ft/lbs. No issues whatsoever, perfect fit and the only noticeable differences are stiffer ride due to the lower profile and the one inch wider rim does track/pull in ruts/grooves more positively.
I have wondered if Mustang rims would work on our vehicles. So other than the hubcentric rings you didn't need spacers? Car looks great dude! Would love some Pony rims on mine
 

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