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DoubleDown:
I have a 66' mustang and the rims that are on it. Well not the most eye catching or rims. So I have looked for rims that would fit my car and there all the same. Those American racing one. So I was cruious if anyone out there know what I would need to buy to fit different lug pattern rims on it.




                            Thanks,
                                     Double-Down

Jerry Baker:
Are they stock rims?

is it a 4 lug or 5 lug pattern?



We have a car here were Im at for sale with 2 different sets on it

I know the front or back has the alum. Outlaw rim on it and the other my be a crager I will look at it tomorrow.

SAGT350R:
I am having the same problem with my 65 Fastback GT350 Clone.
I need to find out what the dimensions are for the max sized rims i can put on the back,
I have currently got a set of Vintage wheels PIn drives, (replica hallibrand knock-on) which are too wide and stick out from under the body. about 2 inches
I do not wish to roll the fenders or narrow the rear end.
does anyone out there know what the max backspacing and then width of wheel is that i can go to, to have them fit under the fenders still..........i have the standard vintage wheel 7.5x 15 inch at the front , i would like to go with a 9.5x 15 at the rear, is this possible?? and if so what offset and or backspacing will i need.
bear in mind that i am running the pin drive adaptors too.
SUMONE HELP

racedraper:
call dark horse racing. they lemans race with 73 mustangs and one time he told me I could use 17 inch wheels but forgot the back spacing.   www.darkhorseracing.net

65stroker:
I JUST GOT JULY ISSUE OF MUSTANG MONTHLY. THEY HAVE A ARTICLE ON THIS SUBJECT. YOU MIGHT WANT TO GO PICK ONE UP IT ANSWERED MY QUESTIONS.IF YOU HAVE A PROBLEM GETTING ONE JUST LET ME KNOW AND I CAN GIVE YOU ALL THE INFO.

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