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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-24-2004, 11:35 PM Thread Starter
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Help decide on what rims to run

OK guys heres the deal I just finished the hub swap and cobra front and rear brake conversion, I have 2 sets of mustang wheels now and I am trying to decide which set to use so I would like your input.


I have the 99 style on the car right nowso the 98s were just rolled up beside them to take the picture...I will try to bolt them on and get a better one in the next couple of days.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-24-2004, 11:58 PM
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Thr first ones seem to flow better with the lines of the car. Teh second set seem to organic (rounded) and would fit the 96/97 cars better in my opinion. Looks good

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i like the second one....

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Use both! Change them weekly, depending on your mood!

And now, something useful: I would choose the first set (the ones already on the car). They look alright. You could always sell both sets of rims and get '98 Cobra rims.

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They both look good IMO. I say go with whatever you think looks best.

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take one set of em and run drag radials or slicks to use at the track thats what im gonna do once the bird is built up more, buy an extra set of factory wheels and run slicks on 2 of em,

but honestly i like both but i think the first ones look better
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i like the second one....
Me too.
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