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Official APEX Wheels Showroom Gallery Thread

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Jovanni's unbelievably clean SN95 Mustang looked fantastic with a square set of 18" APEX EC-7 wheels in Anthracite finish during a photoshoot late last year.

APEX Wheel Fitment Specs:
  • Front/Rear: 18x9.5" ET22 APEX EC-7 in Anthracite Finish
  • Tires: 275/35-18 Toyo R888
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Have to agree, I had the twin to that many years back and had the pleasure of running it at Road America. Passing Vipers in a smaller Snake hooked me on running Time Trials and Road Racing! Great machine and killer beauty shots!!~
 

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Have to agree, I had the twin to that many years back and had the pleasure of running it at Road America. Passing Vipers in a smaller Snake hooked me on running Time Trials and Road Racing! Great machine and killer beauty shots!!~
Sounds like a blast! They really are awesome cars!

-Ian
 

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Got some more photos to post of David's GT500 rocking a couple of APEX 19" SM-10s in Anthracite along with his rear drag setup!

APEX Wheel Fitment Specs:
  • Front: 19x10" ET40 SM-10 with 285/35-19 PS4S
  • Suspension: Bilstein dampers with Eibach springs

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-Ian
 

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Back in 2019 our customer Jeff sent in these photos of his beautiful Lightning 2017 GT30 with a set of 19" APEX EC-7 wheels in Satin Black finish.

APEX Wheel Fitment Specs:
  • Front/Rear: 19x11" ET52 EC-7
  • Tires: 305/30-19 Bridgestone RE-71R
  • Suspension: Ford Performance springs and Maximum Motorsports camber plates
  • Additional modifications: 25mm front spacers and ARP extended studs
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Take a look at our customer Steve's track prepped 2018 GT on a set of 19" APEX SM-10 wheels in Race Silver.

APEX Wheel Fitment Specs:
  • Front/Rear: 19x11" ET52 SM-10 with 305/3019 tires
  • Additional Modifications: 25mm front spacer with extended studs

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how about free shipping?

Thanks
Jack
Any 18" EC-7 Group Buys expected soon? You usually had one in February.
There are no Group Buys planned for Mustang wheels at this point. We might have some promotions later on in the fall but again nothing planned. If you’re looking to pick up a set, I’d suggest placing a backorder as they’re selling out fast, even the incoming units not yet in stock.

We recently dropped the retail price on our SM-10 wheels around a month ago, so feel free to consider that a full time sale :)

Cory
 
Just got to try out my new setup last weekend, everything worked great! The grip from 305s has me realizing I can no longer get away with stock seats.
I can fit my fingers between the wheel/tire and strut, so I think I might be able to get away with a 20mm spacer and reduce the slight front poke.

APEX Wheel Fitment Specs

  • Front/Rear: 19x11" ET52 SM-10 with 305/30/19 Hankook RS4 tires
  • Suspension: Bilstein Struts, Vorshlag Camber plates maxed @ -2.7, BMR Handling Springs
  • Additional Modifications: 25mm front spacer and ARP extended studs (might be able to get away with 20mm, will try soon)
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Just got to try out my new setup last weekend, everything worked great! The grip from 305s has me realizing I can no longer get away with stock seats.
I can fit my fingers between the wheel/tire and strut, so I think I might be able to get away with a 20mm spacer and reduce the slight front poke.
Those look awesome! Some cars/suspension setups can get away with a bit smaller spacer, so you can try that out if you'd like. But as Drew mentioned, the wider front track does have multiple benefits should you choose to keep it as is. The inside of the wheels will likely touch the chassis at full lock with less than 25mm spacers. Not an issue on track, but just be aware driving around the paddock.
 
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Those look awesome! Some cars/suspension setups can get away with a bit smaller spacer, so you can try that out if you'd like. But as Drew mentioned, the wider front track does have multiple benefits should you choose to keep it as is. The inside of the wheels will likely touch the chassis at full lock with less than 25mm spacers. Not an issue on track, but just be aware driving around the paddock.

While the benefits cited by Cory and others are not to be ignored, if you do decide to go with thinner spacers this may avoid or mitigate any tire rub. Very easy installation, especially if you have Knipex or similar end cutters/pliers.

 

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