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949 Racing wheels 17x9 for 05-10 Ford Mustang


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Now you can have the quality of a low pressure cast roll formed race wheel from famed 949 Racing. Most notably known for their 15" quality race wheels, now offer a superb 17x9 2005-2010 Ford Mustang application.

 

 

949 Racing Wheels 6ULR 17x9 48mm offset will fit 05-10 Ford Mustang S197 chassis. Also 13" Stoptech brakes will fit with this wheel......

 

 

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$239 ea.

 

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trying to be clear. 14" stoptech's dont clear 17" Cobra R R58's. The Brembo does barely.

 

The problem is that to my knowledge there is not a racing brake kit for the S197 in any 13" config.

You have to create it yourself.

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trying to be clear. 14" stoptech's dont clear 17" Cobra R R58's. The Brembo does barely.

 

The problem is that to my knowledge there is not a racing brake kit for the S197 in any 13" config.

You have to create it yourself.

 

 

I am far from a brake guru. The info I stated was from the wheel manufacturer.

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The 10in shows 52 & 72 the 9's show 48 & 63. I think these may be the ticket for S197's. You can space out the 48's to exactly where you wand them if they are not perfect.

 

BTW (Rob) Rehagen DOES have a racing 13in brake kit, big brembos & 72 vane rotors for all of us 17in wheel guys.

 

Robin

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The 10in shows 52 & 72 the 9's show 48 & 63. I think these may be the ticket for S197's. You can space out the 48's to exactly where you wand them if they are not perfect.

 

BTW (Rob) Rehagen DOES have a racing 13in brake kit, big brembos & 72 vane rotors for all of us 17in wheel guys.

 

Robin

 

 

 

See, here's someone who knows what they are talking about when it comes to brakes.....thanks Robin !

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yes...he does. i have two sets of brembo calipers. i have 4 spare sets of mounting hats. i have a new set of rotors on the car, a good set of used as spare and a new set in the boxes. i also endurance race where the 14" brakes really come into play.

 

its not quite as simple as buying new brakes so i can buy new wheels....that and I have 3 really good sets of Fikse 18" wheels that ive worked hard to get.

 

but its a good option for someone starting out. no question.

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trying to be clear. 14" stoptech's dont clear 17" Cobra R R58's. The Brembo does barely

 

get creative "rob" Mill .125 on the radial mount bracket to where it meets the caliper and it will fit.

 

ask me how I know.....

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appreciate the input, "steve". if there was a rule, that you have to fabricate your own stuff with your own hands to qualify to club race, it would have saved me a lot of headaches. i dont/cant do things like that. is it a grinder you would use to do that? i dont have one of those or the skills to use it.

 

but...it does make sense to try that when its possible.

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but...it does make sense to try that when its possible.

 

Easiest/most accurate way would be to put it in a Bridgeport with a DRO.

 

Shouldn't be more then a couple hundred if you can find a small machine shop that will do small jobs. Some cage builders have Bridgeports in the shop for various tasks.

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appreciate the input, "steve". if there was a rule, that you have to fabricate your own stuff with your own hands to qualify to club race, it would have saved me a lot of headaches. i dont/cant do things like that. is it a grinder you would use to do that? i dont have one of those or the skills to use it.

 

but...it does make sense to try that when its possible.

 

 

send me the radial mount brackets "without studs" and I'll mill them down for ya.

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