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  1. relentless

    relentless New Member Established Member

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    Anyone have photos of the new AMR wheels on an 03-04 Cobra? Thoughts on it?
     
  2. AMDanBailer

    AMDanBailer Authorized Vendor Authorized Vendor

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    We don't have any yet, unfortunately. If you know of anyone in our area that has one, tell them to shoot me a PM and we can have a set thrown on their car! I bet they're going to look killer on an 03-04, though!
     
  3. Bachmeier

    Bachmeier Shinin' and Whinin' Established Member

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    Send me some charcoal ones Chris, they would look schnazzy on my Comp Orange... ;)
     
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    Charcoal AMR's would look unbelievable on Comp Orange!
     
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    I just ordered some of the black with machined faces for my 03 mach. I'll post pics when I get them mounted. Should be here tomorrow.
     
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    blumnday99 Member Established Member

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    I'll get some better pictures after I get my car washed.
     
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    AMDanBailer Authorized Vendor Authorized Vendor

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    Thanks for posting! Looks sick!

    What suspension/springs are you running?
     
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    blumnday99 Member Established Member

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    Thanks!

    Front are coilovers and rears are eibach pros.

    I kind of missed the lip on the rims at first, but it's definitely starting to grow on me.
     
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    i saw PA on your profile and got excited, then looked it up and saw it was by philly and got bummed...too bad you aren't in eastern pa. my car is about an hour from pittsburgh.
     
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    Dragu1a Active Member Established Member

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    those AMR's look killer...i just wish they were wider. :whine:
     
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    Bachmeier Shinin' and Whinin' Established Member

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    Rears are way too small. :( Should be 11" with a deeper concave in the center...
     
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    I wish it was wider too. I'm putting on a 25 mm spacer to push the wheel out a little more. I've got them in my trunk...just haven't had time to put it on yet.
     
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    Look Nice!
     
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    blumnday99 Member Established Member

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    Here it is with the spacer

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    WOW, that looks fantastic with the spacers! What size spacer did you toss on? Ever thought about lowering it an inch or so? I think that'd look killer!

    Great work!
     
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    That's a 25mm spacer. I think I'm gonna go with a 285 Bridgestone Potenza S04 or a 295 NT05 next. Those tires are almost done to the wear bars.

    I was planning on lowering the rear eventually. The rear is still on eibach pros...fronts are on coilovers.
     
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    Thanks for the info. She looks mean as hell!

    Did you get to post the pics in the customer submitted images for the wheels? If not, we'd really appreciate it!

    Have a good one!
     
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    I haven't posted there yet, but I will soon. I wanted to get some nice shots for your website. Those are ones I just took before / after work.
     
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    Bachmeier Shinin' and Whinin' Established Member

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    Looks sick with the spacers!! But a spacer on the drive wheels with 800 whp doesnt sit well with me. :(
     
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    From what I understand, a hubcentric spacer acts as one piece with the hub if it's installed correctly.

    The non-hubcentric wheel spacers put all the stress on the lug nuts. I made a little over 500 hundred at the wheel and I'm running the Mojave Mile Magnum in June so I'll let you know how it holds together.
     

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