Bullit wheels for Cobra.

Scott Harrison

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New in boxes...17" American Muscle Black Bullit wheels. Staggered widths 17" x 9" and 17" x 10 1/2", Ford bolt pattern...$400 OBO
Was going to use as track wheels on my '95 Mustang, but they are too wide.

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phil mead

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Not enough back spacing on the back wheels. I would need to narrow rear axle 2 inches, and maybe move shock mounts etc.....(to many other projects right now) I have looked for other 17"X10 1/2 wheels with more offset and no luck.
 

Scott Harrison

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I'm either stupid or confused...or both.

What axle do you have? I have the Ford 8.8 live axle on the 95 Mustang and would have to add spacers to REDUCE the back spacing to keep from rubbing in the inside fender/frame.
 

phil mead

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I have the fox body 8.8 (87'-93') It is a little narrower than the 94'up 8.8. My problem with the FFR MKI would be body rub. I know the FFR MKIII and IV's have wider rear fenders for bigger tires (315 or335) If I remove the quad shocks I have space on the backside (about 1.5"). If the wheels had 1 inch more back space they would work.
 

Doug Smith

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Hhmmm. Too bad I just bought new tires for the wagon. Those might have been nice. That backspacing might have made them work in the back.
 

Scott Harrison

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Hhmmm. Too bad I just bought new tires for the wagon. Those might have been nice. That backspacing might have made them work in the back.
They are cheap, make me an offer ~$300, you cant have too many wheels/tires.
 
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Ripper

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Damn that is a good looking engine. Who's Whose is it?
 
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Scott Harrison

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You own it subject to a mechanic's lean lien for 5 years storage.
 
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