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10-13 Ford Racing Mustang Shelby GT500 18" x 9.5" Wheels Set w/ TPMS Kit for Sale

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10-13 Ford Racing Mustang Shelby GT500 18

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2010-2013 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 18" x 9.5" Aluminum Wheels w/ TPMS Kit - Set of 4

•Brand new
•Genuine Ford
•Shipped in the Genuine Ford box
•Fits any 2010-2013 Mustang except 2013 Shelby GT500
•Kit includes four wheels and M-1180-A Mustang TPMS Sensors and Activation Tool Kit
•18" x 9.5" wide
•5-lug, 4.5" bolt circle
•45mm offset
•7.2" backspacing
•Includes SVT center caps M-1096-N
•Same as production wheel on 2010 Mustang Shelby GT500 convertible
•Cast Aluminum
•Bright machined spoke and wheel face with dark charcoal wheel openings
•Clear coated to OEM standards
•Clears OEM Brembo brakes and M-2300-S brake kit

FRPP uses the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) and American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standars: SAE J175 and J328 for impact and fatigue testing and ASTM B368 for chrome testing. These standards define a series of tests that ensure the safety and finish of a wheel.
THESE TESTS ARE THE MINIMUM STANDARD USED TO DEFINE THE ENDURANCE OF FRPP WHEELS. Impact TestingThis test simulates a curb impact on the side of a tire/wheel assembly. During testing, a tire/wheel assembly is mounted at a 13-degree angle to a test fixture by the hub. A weight is dropped from 9 inches onto the assembly at the tire/wheel intersection. The mass of the weight is determined by a formula, using the vehicle weight.

Dynamic Cornering Fatigue TestingThis test simulates lateral loads applied to a wheel by the vehicle. During testing, a wheel is clamped to a fixture by the front face and a constant bending moment is applied through the hub. A wheel of new design will run a minimum of 1,000,000 cycles before approved. The load applied is determined by a formula, using the vehicle weight.

Dynamic Radial Fatigue TestingThis test simulates axial loads applied to a wheel by the vehicle. During testing, a tire/wheel assembly is mounted to an axle by the hub. A large drum drives the assembly while a load is applied perpendicular to the tire patch. A wheel of new design will run a minimum of 5,000,000 cycles. The load applied is determined by a formula, using the vehicle weight.

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