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One of our wheels are banged up and I was searching around for wheels and found our wheels at www.victoriatire.com for 95$ They want 25 $ for shipping one wheel so 120$ shipped is the lowest I have seen yet. I might invest in winter tires after all!!
 

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Damn, thats cheap. It appears to be the real McCoy. The only thing that throws me off is the fact that it says 17 X 7 1/2. Another thing is, there prices aren't that great on everything else, but these seem to be really low. I might have to check it out.

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: 01GTB on 2001-11-03 13:44 ]</font>
 

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Be careful oem new wheels are not that bad at the local dealerships. Around $190 or so retail. Tell them you want the "preachers" discount that should get you 15% or more off retail. Center caps are only like $15.
 

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What is the "preacher's" discount? I haven't heard of that before.
 

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I would stick with diversified, they seem to have the cheapest prices around for true OE ford products.
 

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Pat Haney, of http://www.haneymotorsport.com has complete Bullitt wheel and tire take off packages.

Haney Motorsport Accessories



Complete Set of 4
Brand New 2002 GT Premium wheels and tires (Goodyear Eagles), Removed from new Mustangs. An economical upgrade for 94 thru 2002 Stangs.

Category: MUSTANG 94-02

Item Name: 2002 GT/Bullitt Wheel & Tire (Take-Offs) SET 4
Item Number: 66134
Price: $895.00 Less 5% for Bullittclub members
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I was going to order a set for my son's Chrismas present, but I'm broke now. :sad:


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Hey guys, I don't own a Bullitt. I do own a 2002 Mustang GT, Mineral Grey, Medium Parchment leather, w/ Premium Package, 5 speed. I wanted the retro look since I am into early Mustangs, Shelby's and a Cobra replica, so I added white face gauges, rear bumper letters, my own design lower body side stripes, rosewood dash trim, hood pins, cold air induction kit, subframe connectors, engine strut rod brace, honecomb rear panel, GT-R side and rear emblems, and Mustang 2+2 emblems from a '66 Fastback. No for my reason for writing. Since the wheels replicate the vintage "Torque Thrust D" wheels from the mid to late 60's I found chrome 3-bar simulated knock-offs of the correct size (stored in a warehouse)and machined aluminum adapters that made a professional looking installation. I even made my own new center medallions. Is anyone interested in such a thing. The comments I have had on them is unbelievable. Since the adapters are made on a lathe they are a little expensive but the more that can be made the cheaper they will be. If anyone would like to e-mail me direct or call me I can be reached at 913-638-7600 (cell) or 913-782-2692 (home) or [email protected]
Thanks, Jim
 

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Black Sunshine...No pic's yet. I'll see what I can do. I am involved in several Cobra items and as soon as I get caught up I will post some. Thanks for the inquiry.
jim
thecobraguy
 

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I CAN'T FIND THE OEM WHEeLS ON VICTORIATIRE under wheels for our car or OEM section. Guys that foiund them, arethey stillthere or not.. i need 2
 

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a week after I posted this they disappeared! I guess some one messed up and had them there for the wrong price, so they took thm out of the e catalog.
 
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