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18X9" Black SVE Drift Wheels on a Foxbody

we've had some requests to see what these wheels look like on a foxbody so here they are, we will have more pictures soon.

1994-12 Mustang Flat Black SVE Drift - 18X9






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Will these work with your 5-lug swap kit? What does it take make them fit?


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Those look awesome! I'm wondering the same thing as 93hulk. Do these come in silver by chance?

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Uhh....video?
sorry, i looked but didn't see a picture section. maybe i missed it
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What size tires are those front and rear?
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What size tires are those front and rear?
275/35/18 in the rear
255/35/18 in the front
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Those look awesome! I'm wondering the same thing as 93hulk. Do these come in silver by chance?
If memory serves the 18" Drifts only come in black.

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If memory serves the 18" Drifts only come in black.
they come in silver as well

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Scheiße!!! Sorry....I actually forgot which forum I was on. I'm think S197 wheels.

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Will these work with your 5-lug swap kit? What does it take make them fit?
I know this is an old post but was wondering the same thing.
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I know this is an old post but was wondering the same thing.
not with the standard kit, you will need to upgrade the spindles etc. to 94' and up year model stuff.
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not with the standard kit, you will need to upgrade the spindles etc. to 94' and up year model stuff.
How about the rear? Standard 5 lug conversion suffice?
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With standard length 5-lug axles you would use SN95 offset wheels, if you use SN95 axles to do the conversion, you would need S197 offset wheels on a Fox.


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Old thread new question. With the drum sn95 spindle 5 lug conversion will the 9s fit without removing quad shocks? Is fender rolling or anything else required? Thanks!
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Reviving this thread because I bought the sn95 specific 18x9 and 18x10 wheels because I'm using refurbished '94 spindles and the bore on the wheels isn't big enough to clear the hub. All 4 wheels have the correct back spacing, yet the hub bore is somewhere around .03" too small.

I'll probably just take a dremel to them but thought it was pretty odd they don't fit the spindles they're made for.
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