I'm looking to get a new set of wheels for my 91 notch I like the fr500 the question is will they fit and what off set to run the car is lowered with a full maximum motorsports T/A the wheel lips are rolled and I have fox length axels Will the 10 1/2 rims fit ?
Thanks for the help
Asked by Patrick R. from Norton | Comment 0 0
A 17x10.5 with a 315/35/17 tire will fit the rear of a 91 fox with time and modification. You must remove your quad shocks, roll your fender lip, adjust your tailpipes, and beat in your inner fender wells with a hammer. We generally do not recommend installing these on a fox since all of these modifications must take place. We recommend a 17x10 for the rear with a 275/40/17 tire, will save yourself time and headache.
Answered by David B. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
In order to run these, you will at the minimum have to run a SN95 brake conversion on the front. The standard drum conversion for the rear will work just fine. For this, we recommend part number SVE-2300EK. If you elect to do this, give us a call at 866-507-3786 and one of our customer care reps can get you fixed up. On a fox, we recommend a 275/40/17 on the rear, and 255/40/17 on the front, so we can swap those out for you to make this fit appropriately.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
I understand that this rim and tire setup will fit with the SVE-2200EK break/conversion kit. You recommended on a previous question that one should use a rim fitted with a 275 tire in the rear. I really like the lip look and wanted to know if the 10.5 rim/ 315 tire still work with the SVE-2300EK set up? I understand quad shocks must be removed and fenders musted be rolled and a little inner fender work must be done. Thanks in advance.
Asked by Alex A. from Chicago | Comment 0 0
These will work with the modifications you listed, but the amount of effort will be significantly higher to clear 315's than it would be with 275's. As long as you ok massaging your cars inner wheel well and fender lips, they can be made to fit.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0
From personal past experience chrome looks real nice but don't keep the heat in and tend to discolor and rust much much later if it's your daily driver. Ceramic headers don't look as attractive but does the job better in the long run for the life of your Stang. I had the regular aluminum Ford Racing headers on another Stang and those were golden too. Hope this helps.
Answered by Eddie C. from Nutley | Comment 0 0
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