Adds the Timeless Styling of the Bullitt Mustang to Your Car
Precision Mount & Balance Performed by a Professional
1 Piece Cast Aluminum Construction
Machined Outer Lip
What's in the Box
(2) 18x9 Anthracite Bullitt Wheels
(2) 18x10 "Deep Dish" Anthracite Bullitt Wheels
(2) 275/35/18 Nitto NT05 Tires
(2) 285/35/18 Nitto NT05 Tires
Bullitt Wheel & Tire Kit
You get the wheel you want, in the color you want. Don't miss out on this staggered set up of 1994-2004 Mustang Bullitt wheels and NT05 tires. It will come boxed with the tires mounted, balanced, & ready to go. This kit includes (2) Anthracite 18x9" & (2) 18x10" Mustang Bullitt wheels wrapped in (2) Nitto NT05 275/35/18 & (2) 285/35/18 tires.
Nitto NT05 Tire
Give your Mustang a huge increase in handling and performance with this Nitto NT05 tire. This max performance tire has been developed through extensive computer simulation modeling and on track testing. This advanced technology provides you with a street tire that provides precise handing and traction on and off the track. The unique tread design offers both dry and wet traction, making these tires a must for any Mustang enthusiast. Add a set to your Mustang and improve your handing, traction, and braking.
Deep Dish Wheels
Deep dish wheels are a car guys dream. A deep dish wheel allows for that fat, wide tire in the rear that will allow you to put all that power to the ground. Don't forget about the looks as well. Having that 18x10 out back with those meaty tires are easily one of the best looking things you'll ever do to your car.
Accepts factory center cap
Center cap may differ from one shown in picture
94-98 Mustangs may require rotating of the quad shock if the rear end is not centered.
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