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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-28-2016, 12:28 PM Thread Starter
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Can someone help identify these bullitt wheels?

Not sure who makes them, I really like them.

Can someone point me to the right direction?

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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 10-28-2016, 12:32 PM
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Look like factory Ford wheels to me- same one's I've got on mine.... '04-'06 or something like that...
on second thought, they might be as early as '94-'02- depends on the size, but Ford for sure
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Look like Bullitt rims from 99-04 mustangs, you will need a spacer to adjust the BS, IIRC 1" in the front and about 7/16" in the rear.
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^exactly- I bought the spacers online that bolt onto the spindles, then have separate studs for the wheel itself. In the rear I needed 1/4"- but that's because Currie sent me a rear for a '67, not a '65... didn't realize until after assembly, paint, and install

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Are these 17s??


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If you haven't found any yet my buddy is selling a set with the spacers. Tires have some life left but not sure is much. He's asking $450 for all

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If you haven't found any yet my buddy is selling a set with the spacers. Tires have some life left but not sure is much. He's asking $450 for all


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Sacramento, Ca area. Where are you?
sacramento.craigslist.org/pts/5862019063.html

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He might ship them. Probably cost $100+/-
hit him up if interested. His number is on the ad.

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Yup, looks like newer body style Bullitt Wheels...
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They look like Factory 2002 Mustang Bullet wheels. 17"x8" with 5.73" backspace. I have a set on my 69 Mustang, Have to use spacers. 1-1/4" front and 1" in rear. Running a 245/45ZR17 Sumitomo HTR.
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69 with 02' Bullet wheels
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