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Well the bolt pattern and such is right. But I really don't think you would get away with that offset without rubbing.
 

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Well the bolt pattern and such is right. But I really don't think you would get away with that offset without rubbing.
rubbing where? my car is at stock 4x4 ride height. please elaborate more.
 

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When you bring the wheels out that much you risk rubbing on the inside edge of the fender with the middle of the tire.
 

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hmmm ic. any other input? I really want it because this one is better than steelies, and it's about the same price for new winter steelies. I"m gonna put my sumitomo htr200 on it for summer and use stock rims for winter. thanks, all your input is really appreciated.
 

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i dont think the rims are nice the way they are anyway..unless ur painting em IMO...i like the idea of contour svt's..dont have to worry about anything
 

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I have the contour svt rims and they're awesome. The mustang rims will be fine for the back, the front might rub while turning.
 

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ive tried to fit the stock fox body wheels on my old car, and it stuck out of the fenderwell a good 1-2 inches

you would be stupid to even try imo
 

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OK, so it's no go then :(
 

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Yeah they're going to stick outside the car, so they will rub even with stock suspension. I've got 15x7's with a 40mm offset and they're flush.
 
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