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Old 09-01-2008
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Here's the FR500 Rims on my truck.... Running 18x9" all around with 265/40 rear and 235/35 up front




 
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i love the fr500's, i've been looking for a set myself.
 
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How about these? Lol.
I will take them for scrap. G(arbage)M(otors) parts on a Ford ! Thats just wrong!
 
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well fellas i just bought a oem set of bullits from a guy for a 100 bucks with no tires but i got tires for free from a buddie of mine so its a win win :D
 
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trucks and pics look great yall!!!
 
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Cobras on a Mazda:
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I thought i would add since this thread is coming back alive...

 
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well i just bolted them on but i need wheel spacers for the front and rear what size should i get and i know in the picture its not 5/6 but i have ordered my upper and lower control arms im just waiting for them to get here. But as for right now the truck is 3/5 looks funny but it wont be for long :D
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also whats the widest wheel i can put on the back ?? i was thinking 9.5 with a 275/40/17 would that work?
 
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99/01 Cobras. Machined out the inside of front hole so no spacers:
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hey thanks man, took me a while to figure it out...been a while since i posted anything lol
 
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LOL Not a problem.
 
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Huh...interesting. I actually kinda like that look. And that is CLEAN.
 
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Originally Posted by wyldechild View Post
Huh...interesting. I actually kinda like that look. And that is CLEAN.
thanks! just waxed it inthe pic...but small tires woulda looked goofy and this was the best fit that i could find (275 65 18) off a newer f-150
 
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does anyone know if 2007 shelby gt500 wheels will fit a 2009 ford ranger the tirea are 255-45-18 front and 285-40-18
 
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they should fit, the offset is what might kill you though
 
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I have 97 Cobras on my 96 Ranger...just have do a 5/6 drop to finish it...yeah ha
 

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Originally Posted by torchedranger View Post
also whats the widest wheel i can put on the back ?? i was thinking 9.5 with a 275/40/17 would that work?
im runing a 17x10.5 in back with a 315-35-17

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Originally Posted by Fordranger1998 View Post
im runing a 17x10.5 in back with a 315-35-17




are you running a stock axle? if you were lowered, how close would the wheel be to the lip on the bedside? i'm looking at getting a set of 17x10.5 fr500s, but i'm dropped 8" in the rear with an explorer axle.
 
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That some wheel well filling going on there! Any rubbing with all that rubber?
 
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You mite rub with an expo axle being that low without cutting. I have no rubbing with mine and yes I have a stock 7.5
 
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this is what my ranger looks like now on the mustang wheels
 
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