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I realized I have not updated my final result here...This photo is from the Motorstate Challenge. It was great cruising with this bunch of guys.

 

Nice wheels Jeff. Mind if I ask what they are?

Jayson

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I realized I have not updated my final result here...This photo is from the Motorstate Challenge. It was great cruising with this bunch of guys.

 

Nice wheels Jeff. Mind if I ask what they are?

 

They are a replica of the 10th anniversary SVT Cobra wheels with offsets to fit the 94-04 Mustang. I only found 1 place to get them in 18" (since 17x9 will not fit on the front). Latemodelrestoration.com has them at a reasonable price.


My 72 Mach 1 Has Old School American Racing 200s "Daisy"

 

Those are some of my favorite wheels. I had a set on my GTO back in the day.

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20s in the back

 

Yesssss! :banana:

 

18 or 19 up front?

 

I really don't know, this pic was on a website for wheels, I called them for specs all they could tell the rears are 20x10. They tell nothing else

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Well seeing as how the ones in the pic seem to be the same distance from the fenders as mine on my sig pic, I think that 18 seems like a pretty good guess. If they were 19, the car would have to stand higher in the front than mine which doesn´t seem to be the case.

So I´d bet on 18. :-)

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DSCF2400.thumb.JPG.26d330ddacbb24de1d5210a5c2967feb.JPGCrager smoothies with baby moons

15x8 255/60/15s back and 15x7 235/65/15s front

Hoping to switch to torq thrust or cragers ss soon:D

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I call this post, "The Equalizer." (kinda like when you see a whole bunch of hot women walking around... and then along comes a whale) rofl

 

14x6 Keystone Chrome Nuggets (original vintage from the late-'70s):

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This is the most flattering picture of my project I could find:

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Hey - at least they all match. :D

Eric

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Well, now it's 15x7 front with 245/60/15 mickey T's in the front, and 15x8 with 275/60/15 mickey's in the back.

 

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These are boss motorsport 20x8 front and 20x10 rear. 275r30 front tires and 275r35 rear. Just the stock cut springs in front and 2" lowering blocks on rear w stock springs. .75 spacers spacers to move them out a bit. Need longer studs to work.

 

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I have the same set of wheels, except I went with 18 x 8 front and 20 x 10 rear. Lowered the car 2" in the rear and 1" in the front.

 

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Well, it's been a few years since I posted my old junk... so here's the new junk.  (And yes, this is the same car found in Post #63 of this thread... scroll up :D )

 

Old School Cragars, FTW! ::thumb::

 

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What size are those Cragars?

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73 Convertible - 351C/4V CC heads/4bolt/forged flat tops/comp 270/rhodes/mallory unilite/tri-power/hookers/glasspacks/c6/3.50 limited slip/Gear Vendors/Global West sub frames, strut rods and shelby style traction bars/ Rear sway bar/tilt steering (not original)

 

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15x8 on 245/60R15s up front, 15x10 on 295/50R15 out back. Might want to get custom backspacing, since standard backspacing on the 15x10s is 4.25". 5" is probably the lowest you'd want to go if you're thinking about a set with those sizes.

Eric

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