yeah I think you have to go larger diameter to get the wider wheels. I'm running 18x10 with the only issue being that my E brake cable was rubbing so I had to strap it to the control arm to get it out of the way.
I found a rim that I really like and think would look great on my T-bird. But I want to put 15x8s up front. But the rears I am debating between putting a 16x9 or putting a 15x10, I defiantly wouldn't mind if they stuck out a little bit though. I think that looks awesome especially on the T-bird since it was still kind of a hold on to the "muscle car"
15x8 won't work up front i don't believe, i'm not sure how the mustang calipers will fit, i had to grind a lot on my pbr fronts to fit the welds then slightly on the stock tbird rears to eliminate spacers.
Can someone be so kind as to pop off their center cap on their 16" 7 spoke Cougar wheel (E9WC-1007-AA) and copy the number off the center cap for me?
I am having a hell of a time finding these center caps. I got my 4 wheels all cleaned, sanded and painted and ready to use, but I need the...
The tire sticky's are pretty old. I've had my 96 Cougar for going on 2 years now. The PO had a good set of BF Goodrich T/A radials on it, but they are 60 series, so about 1" diameter smaller. Those T/As are getting to the end of their tread life and I need to look at some new tires. T/As don't...
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