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Which Wheel Style? (Pics)

These are the Cobra R 17" Replicas. Which style do you like better on this T'Bird?




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The all charcoal one. I'm not a fan of the body color lip look, that's already passe.

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The all charcoal one. I'm not a fan of the body color lip look, that's already passe.
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Solid dark color, no doubt about it. Kinda reminds me of my car LOL


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The all charcoal one. I'm not a fan of the body color lip look, that's already passe.
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Solid dark color, no doubt about it. Kinda reminds me of my car LOL

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Technically that wheel design is from 1995 so they're as retro as the car

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Solid dark color, no doubt about it. Kinda reminds me of my car LOL

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Thanks for the feedback everyone. This car has had the stock fanblades for 19 straight years now. Time for a change lol

I gather that the black setup is preferred, but can I get away with the color-matched painted lips without TOO much ridicule and criticism? Or is it just plain overboard?

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...but can I get away with the color-matched painted lips without TOO much ridicule and criticism...
NO! I'll bug you daily about it

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The all charcoal one. I'm not a fan of the body color lip look, that's already passe.

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Solid dark color, no doubt about it. Kinda reminds me of my car LOL

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Charcoal, no doubt about it.

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I gather that the black setup is preferred, but can I get away with the color-matched painted lips without TOO much ridicule and criticism? Or is it just plain overboard?
It's just plain UGLY.................

All dark is the way to go.................


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If you like color on your wheels, you could go overboard like this:


Hey, it's your car and your wheels, do what YOU want, but we're all entitled to our opinions

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I'm not crazy about either one really. I think all chrome or silver would look better

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What you do is up to you, of course, but why ask us for opinions about which we prefer if you've already made up your mind?
I was truly undecided and obviously I don't make wheel choices that often. I just want to make sure one choice is not pallatable at all before I eliminate it and go with the other.

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If you like color on your wheels, you could go overboard like this:


Hey, it's your car and your wheels, do what YOU want, but we're all entitled to our opinions
Oh wow , strangely I wouldn't hate on that lol It's unique at least.

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I'm not crazy about either one really. I think all chrome or silver would look better
I can't go back to chrome or "brushed" on these two, and it would definitely be too ridiculous if I rolled around with two chrome and two painted.

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Wheels mounted today and short term panic ensued...

Well I finally got my wheels and tires on and I was really stunned at how good they looked when the tire shop pulled the car around. I was quite pleased with the way they looked. I went with Nitto NT555 Extreme Performance 255/45-17s.

Got my keys, jumped in and immediately noticed a clearance problem on the fronts. The inside rim lip and weights were hitting the suspension somewhere with me and my friend in the car (both 300+). I was the last customer at Discount for the day after hours and they said they don't provide spacers any way so we tip-toe'd the bird across the street to a run of the mill tire shop and they said they didn't have spacers (in Spanish). Walked to the VatoZone next door and found some 1/4" spacers that were too large in diameter. Exchanged those for some smaller diameter 5/16" spacers that ALMOST fit. My friend asked the tire shop for a die grinder but they said they didn't have one Turned in the spacers and had the other tire shop put my front stockers back on. Drove to the other side of town where my buddy lives (stopped for a nice dinner at Sea Island...why not enjoy life a little while panicking haha) and found some 5/16" spacers at O'Reilly's to work with. We went to his house and he ground off enough material to fit the spacers on. The front wheels of course stick out of the front fenders a little bit in the front now but overall I think they still look great. Another issue I noticed is that with my 4 stockers loaded up + me at 330+ lbs it scraped the exhaust a little on speed bumps if I didn't go over less than 5mph. Oh well, the price of great looking wheels and 3/4" Vogtland lowering springs.

Tomorrow we're gonna put the custom T'bird emblems on the center caps, pop them on and then take pics to post! Now I need to paint the car and the calipers just to match the wheels LOL

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I have to run 3/16 spaces on my bullitts on the front. I also have to have stick on weights, the edge weights hit the spindle.

3/16 is perfect for me with stick on weights, I would have to run 5/16 with clamped on weights.

At first everyone told be it was a problem with my car, but this is the third car I have had them on, and they hit the spindle. I originally tossed them on my 89 Cougar with the original spindles until I found the thin spacers, but they hit the spindle on my 97 Cougar, 89 Cougar with 93+ spindles, and currently on my 97 Mark VIII.

I am going to go with 255/45/17 all around on my car, I currently have 255/45/17 in the rear and 245/45/17 in the front. It will be nice to be able to rotate the tires (I was hoping to find some asymmetrical tires I like, but only find directional, but front to back rotation is better than nothing). I need to try out my current 255/45/17 on the front, but I don't think I will have any problems.

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Wheels mounted today and short term panic ensued...

Well I finally got my wheels and tires on and I was really stunned at how good they looked when the tire shop pulled the car around. I was quite pleased with the way they looked. I went with Nitto NT555 Extreme Performance 255/45-17s.

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Tomorrow we're gonna put the custom T'bird emblems on the center caps, pop them on and then take pics to post! Now I need to paint the car and the calipers just to match the wheels LOL
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I have to run 3/16 spaces on my bullitts on the front. I also have to have stick on weights, the edge weights hit the spindle.

3/16 is perfect for me with stick on weights, I would have to run 5/16 with clamped on weights.

At first everyone told be it was a problem with my car, but this is the third car I have had them on, and they hit the spindle. I originally tossed them on my 89 Cougar with the original spindles until I found the thin spacers, but they hit the spindle on my 97 Cougar, 89 Cougar with 93+ spindles, and currently on my 97 Mark VIII.

I am going to go with 255/45/17 all around on my car, I currently have 255/45/17 in the rear and 245/45/17 in the front. It will be nice to be able to rotate the tires (I was hoping to find some asymmetrical tires I like, but only find directional, but front to back rotation is better than nothing). I need to try out my current 255/45/17 on the front, but I don't think I will have any problems.
How wide are your wheels? And do you know off hand what offset they are?
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How wide are your wheels? And do you know off hand what offset they are?
They are 17x9 and supposedly 36mm offset, but I need to have that 3mm spacer to keep them off the spindles. I haven't actually measured the backspacing recently, but it didn't seem to be what it should have been. All 4 wheels are the same, and I had gotten them in 05.

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Are they T-Bird specific wheels or have you done the Mustang hub swap?

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They are 17x9 and supposedly 36mm offset, but I need to have that 3mm spacer to keep them off the spindles. I haven't actually measured the backspacing recently, but it didn't seem to be what it should have been. All 4 wheels are the same, and I had gotten them in 05.
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Are they T-Bird specific wheels or have you done the Mustang hub swap?
Mine are T'bird specific...17x9 Cobra R replicas with 36mm offset from SCP


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Mine are T'bird specific...17x9 Cobra R replicas with 36mm offset from SCP

I always thought 17x9s would fit these cars without any issues. I'm converting mine to Mustang hubs pretty soon so hopefully I won't have this issue as I'm going with 17x9s as well.

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Mine are T'bird specific...17x9 Cobra R replicas with 36mm offset from SCP
Any rubbing issues with that width and offset?
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Any rubbing issues with that width and offset?
I know your asking the OP, but as I have what is supposed to be the same specs, I can say that on my lowered 97 Cougar I only barely hit the rear wheel well once with 3 adult men in the back seat and hit a pretty deep dip at 45 mph.

I also have lightly touched the rear inner fender on the Mark VIII with two people in the back seat and 200 pounds of salt in the trunk.

I haven't tried 255/45/17s in the front yet, but I don't see any interference spots with the 245/45/17s.

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