V6 compared to GT

Asked by Mar 06, 2016 at 08:07 PM about the 2005 Ford Mustang

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I got in an accident and need new wheels. Found a great deal on Gt 17"s but i
have a V6. Is there anything i would have to do to my car to be able to put
them on or can I just instal them and drive?

3 Answers


Your wheel have nothing to do with engine size lol. If the bolt patterns fit, which they will.. install and drive.

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Just install and drive. The 17s will not only look better and give you better road feel but should also be cheaper when it comes time for new tires since there so many tire companies that produce 17" tires.

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Thanks, I was more worried about the tires rubbing on the body. Much appreciated!

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