1968 Mustang Wheels
Wheels can be a particularly tough to maintain item, and for many Mustang owners the need for wider, more modern tires requires replacing their factory 1968 Mustang wheels with something from the aftermarket. Picking out a new set of rims can be a lot of fun, but there are performance implications to keep in mind during the process. How much do they weigh? Will the offset and sizing fit your car? At CJ Pony Parts, we stock a multitude of different 1968 Mustang wheels and rims. Once you find the right set for your ride, make sure to take a look at our wheel & tire packages for an unbeatable value.
1968 Wheels & Tires
Pick Wheels and Rims to Match Your StyleThere are a few things that are important to keep in mind when purchasing a set of wheels for your car.
Of course we all want our ride to look good, but other factors do come into play. The way you drive your car, how much you want to spend and how much effort you want to put into maintaining your wheels are all things you should take into consideration. Below we’ll detail a few of the different wheel styles we carry:
• Period correct: Some of the nicest 1968 Mustang wheels on the market look nearly identical to the classic five-spoke Mustang wheel. Thanks to modern construction techniques, these timeless designs are now lighter and tougher than ever. You won’t have any trouble finding tires in vintage or modern styles, and there are plenty of options in dark chrome or matte finish if you don’t want to spend lots of time removing brake dust.
• Resto-mod: If your style is a little more modern, you’ll find a number of stunning wheel designs by Dynacorn and FOOSE in sizes from 16 to 19 inches. State-of-the-industry manufacturing techniques keep weight low while delivering eye-catching chrome and gunmetal finishes.
• Drag-specific: If your car regularly does duty at the drag strip, you can save some weight by mounting a set of downsized drag racing front wheels. Smaller than even the standard 1968 Mustang wheel, these 15-inch rims are easy to swap with your daily driving rims. We suggest picking up a set of size-matched tires if you’re purchasing drag wheels, since tires can be difficult to find in small sizes.
These are just some of the 1968 Mustang wheel and rim styles that we carry. If you’re planning to make the investment and mount a new set of rims, be sure take a look at our locking lug nuts. Re-using a tarnished set of lugs on brand new wheels just doesn’t look good, and the added security of a locking lug set is more than worth the price.
Pick up a new set of 1968 Mustang Rims from CJ Pony Parts today!
Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.