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Haven't seen anyone have them on an F (doesn't mean anyone doesn't)....what would it take to go with a one lug? The F isn't a one lug car so it would take some work to change it to a one lug wouldn't it? I'm not familiar with one lug wheels so I'm curious as well :)
Looks like the wheels come with adapter plates................:cool:

http://www.onelugwheels.com/hardwareincluded.html

 

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Well that answers my question hsemecar, thanks! :cool:

Like Doug said, are you looking to save weight or just for looks? Those will probably be right around if not more weight with all the adapters and other hardware they come with :)
With this much horsepower, what's a few extra pounds? Looks are what I'm after in a wheel / tire package.
 

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Granted, the "F" has a good bit of ponies, and if your looking for good looks then go for it. But what a few extra pounds means to a true sports car enthusiast, like me, is more rotating mass on each corner of the car. That means more effort to get it going and more effort to slow it down which equals lower lap times and slower overall performance.
:D Agreed :cool:
 
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