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Old 02-15-2009, 11:49 AM   #1
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Lets see pictures of 18" wheels on a FOX 18x10

OK I have done alot of searches and found a few pics and now cant find them again. I have a 88 vert it has the original C58 chrome cobra r's on it. 17x9. I want to go to 18" and would love 18x10 in the back. Please someone help me out with what I need for the right backspacing and such, 285,295,305 tire? I am thinking about the 18" saleen wheels. let's see some pics and some advice thank you.
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I am wondering the same thing can anyone help??
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Old 01-18-2010, 07:32 PM   #3
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Here:

fox body stangs with saleen 18x9 ,18x10 post up your pics
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not saleens but here is my car with 18x10 running 275/35/18 tires, I definitely have more room for a bigger tire 285 or maybe a 295, all i did was remove the quad shocks, I am running Fox length Ranger axles that's it.

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The first thing we need to know is the axle/brake setup and your intentions going forward. If you converted to 5 lug using Ranger or Fox length axles, and plan on keeping these axles, then you will want a 10" rear rim with somewhere near 22mm offset, (most aftermarket wheel manufacturers offer 22mm). This seems to fit the Fox rear pretty well. For tire size, most guys seem to think a 285 is as big as they can go. But there may be room for more. Are you willing to mod the inner wheel house? Can you put up with occasional rubbing? A panhard may help, as this can center your axle housing so you have equal room on both sides.

Just a few things to think about.
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Here is a guy running 18" saleens

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18x10s, +22mm offset. stock length axles with cobra brakes and NRC brackets. beat inners, cut the outer lips out. eibach springs, tokico adjustables.







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I don't bring these out much as I don't own the car anymore, but here it goes





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my old coupe with a fat ass lol.305-30-18x10's

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Old 01-27-2010, 11:30 PM   #10
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I don't bring these out much as I don't own the car anymore, but here it goes





Sorry for reposting pics, but what size are these tires on the bbs rk's and did you have room to go bigger out back. Looking for front and rear sizes.
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my old coupe with a fat ass lol.305-30-18x10's



Any more pics of this set-up?
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^^^^^^^^^I'm not quoting the pics, but DAMN does that car look clean!^^^^^^^^^^

Nice job!

Yours too Luke. Those rims are a good style for a notch.
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What is your engine combo?
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not saleens but here is my car with 18x10 running 275/35/18 tires, I definitely have more room for a bigger tire 285 or maybe a 295, all i did was remove the quad shocks, I am running Fox length Ranger axles that's it.

the wheels are,

18x10
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Beautiful, anymore pics?
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Any more pics of this set-up?
just some side pics.i used a 94 gt rearend and im not sure of teh offset of teh wheels.they came off my friends supra.i rolled teh fenders adn thats it.didnt run tail pipes since i had a single 3 1/2 down pipe.
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Beautiful, anymore pics?

Thanks!, here's a couple more




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This is a pic of my GT with deep dish bullits. 18X9's up front and 18X10's out back. Here it has 285 out back, now it has 305's on it now. i like it much better with the 305's
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Old set up 18x9 Kmc hot wheels sixty-eights



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Hey 5-OH what kind of hood are using? Car looks sharp with either set of wheels but I like the BBS wheels better.
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Hey 5-OH what kind of hood are using? Car looks sharp with either set of wheels but I like the BBS wheels better.

It's a 3" cowl, the manufacture is called kaenan not sure if thats how it's spelled.

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It's a 3" cowl, the manufacture is called kaenan not sure if thats how it's spelled.
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Beautiful cars guys, this def the look I want. I like my c58 cobra r's but they have been on the car since 1998. She needs an upgrade. And yes it is 5 lug with soon rear cobra brake setup. They are also fox lenth moser axles. I am also changing the hood and taking the saleen wing that has been on there since 96. Lets keep more comming
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6.4" is the ideal backspacing for a 10" wheel on a fox with stock length axles.
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hey 5-OH, what color is that? I've never seen that shade before. Looks nice!

IMO, it would look even better if you lowered the back end a little to match the front. But that's just me
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hey 5-OH, what color is that? I've never seen that shade before. Looks nice!

IMO, it would look even better if you lowered the back end a little to match the front. But that's just me
The color is current electric red factory 1993 color.
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Hey Kubuki_notch, what brake set up are you running in the rear? Good looking car.
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Thanks, I'm just running ranger drums atm, hopefully doing rear discs in the near future.
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You guys are making me think I dont want to go with saleen replicas, I am liking the fr500's or 10 aniverserys.
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so will 18x10's have any problems with a NRC rear swap and lowering springs?
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