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Old 02-11-2012, 11:10 PM
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Crown Vic,what rims

what rims are you guys using with the cv ifs,stock.chrome or what.
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I was running the 04 down stock Bullitt mustang wheels on mine for about 2 years but I just picked up a set of 05 up Bullitts about a month ago. both worked out great but the 05 ups have about another 5/8" extra offset to get the wheel more inside the fender. I was planning on comming down another inch or so in the futer so thats why I made the switch to the newer wheel.
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So far just some cheapies I got from the pick n pull. I plan to upgrade to some cragar 5 spoke or something of the like as my wallet will allow.
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