Ford GT Bare Carbon Wheel Debuts


twobjshelbys

GT Owner
Jul 26, 2010
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Las Vegas, NV
How much is a set of GT350R CF wheels (not as an option, but from parts.)
 

dbk

The Favor Factory™
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Jul 30, 2005
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Metro Detroit
How much is a set of GT350R CF wheels (not as an option, but from parts.)

You can get the full set of GT350R carbon wheels as a replacement part for about $11k.

FR3Z-1007-R $4,053.33 retail $2,699.52 on the internet
FR3Z-1007-S $3,433.33 retail $2,286.60 on the internet

There are a bunch of people on this website who have paid roughly that kind of money for HREs and ADV1s.
 

Awsum GT

GT Owner '18
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Sep 17, 2005
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If I remember correctly the stock OEM wheels are not cheap either... so guessing the CF wheels... if ordered with the NGT would have the credit for the OEM wheels?? Yes... No?
 

Ed Sims

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Apr 7, 2006
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Ah, you can spend $12K for a set of HREs!

Ed
 

Awsum GT

GT Owner '18
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Sep 17, 2005
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Ah, you can spend $12K for a set of HREs!

Ed

I was one of those guys... :eek:facepalm: love them as do most people that have seen them.
 
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Ed Sims

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Apr 7, 2006
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I was also! LOL! Actually Shelby gave me a great deal on my HREs. If anyone is thinking of getting wheels check with Shelby first. He really helps out our Forum members! :)

Ed
 

Awsum GT

GT Owner '18
Mark IV Lifetime
Sep 17, 2005
3,975
Carmel and Central California
I was also! LOL! Actually Shelby gave me a great deal on my HREs. If anyone is thinking of getting wheels check with Shelby first. He really helps out our Forum members! :)

Ed

Mine also came from our friend Shelby... Great to deal with and the wheels are amazing!
 

Awsum GT

GT Owner '18
Mark IV Lifetime
Sep 17, 2005
3,975
Carmel and Central California

A few people have asked how hard it would be to repair a chip or scratch on a CF wheel or body trim pieces... Do you know the answer? Also, what finish is easier to repair if it did get damaged... I would think gloss would be easier...

I did find this on the net...

http://automotivethinker.com/detailing/carbon-fiber-repair/
 
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