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Old 03-21-2011, 01:28 AM   #1
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Alright, i could find some cheap pony rims on cl for 200 and under, but I don't have money for that right now, I saw the 4 lug 95 cobra r style rim on AM for $100 a rim. Not bad. Might get those. Wondering what I could do to my 10 holes to make them look better, maybe paint them black, and leave the lip silver, or maybe leave the lip and center silver? I don't know. Feel free to Photoshop or mess with the pic.
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Put them right here man.
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Put them right here man.
Lol. Your a dick! But yeah, I'll eventually get better ones.
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Seriously. Talk to mike. Dude is always finding deals on wheels.
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Seriously. Talk to mike. Dude is always finding deals on wheels.
Yeah I know.
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Really miss my notch back. Gonna have to get another one.
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Yeah. I don't like the foxes all that much anymore. I'd rather have a 94-04
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They're great little cars but the new edge is just built a lot better.
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They're great little cars but the new edge is just built a lot better.
Yeah. I know. A smoother design.
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Yeah. I know. A smoother design.
Not even the body. That notch is my favorite. The suspension and framework is a lot better.
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Not even the body. That notch is my favorite. The suspension and framework is a lot better.
The suspension and framework on the 94-04 model?
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The suspension and framework on the 94-04 model?
Yeah man. Front and rear suspensions. Brake set ups. All engineered better. Go 120 in yours and then do it in a new edge. Big f'n difference.
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Yeah man. Front and rear suspensions. Brake set ups. All engineered better. Go 120 in yours and then do it in a new edge. Big f'n difference.
Very true. Helluva difference!
Here's a pic of the Vert with the 10 holes it had on it when I bought it......
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Yeah, I know the suspension is better. The 10 holes don't look that great
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Yeah man. Front and rear suspensions. Brake set ups. All engineered better. Go 120 in yours and then do it in a new edge. Big f'n difference.
it's still a 4 link set-up on 94 - up. even the upper and lower control arms are the same from the fox to sn95. maybe the aerodynamics from sn95 make it handle better at high speeds. that was the reason i decided to do my foxbody to 97 swap. almost everthing i bought for my fox will bolt to my 97 (i.e. rear suspension, exhaust, trans etc.)
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Very true. Helluva difference!
Here's a pic of the Vert with the 10 holes it had on it when I bought it......
those wheels are the old state trooper stang look...lol.
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