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Old 02-06-2013, 10:48 AM   #1
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I might've finally found some wheels. They're 18x9 with 275 all around. Now my question is will I have to roll fenders?

I really wanted staggered so what would be a good size spacer for rear?
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No fenders would need to be rolled with that tire even with spacers
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That was fast! Thanks. You think 1" spacer on back be ok?
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I just so happen to refresh this section and seen it posted lol and yeah 1" will be ok ever thought of maybe just saving up for a 18x10? Spacers only make the side view look good vs. From behind looks kinda funny lol you can go up to 315's on an 18 too

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No disrespect at all just my opinion lol
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I got so much to buy for mustang I can't do it yet. But that is my plan, atleast 18x10. They're brand new with new tires(stickers still on tires) for $750. I thought that was pretty good deal for chrome.
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Yeah that's not a bad deal at all and don't we all have lots to do to our mustangs lol its a never ending hobby love it!
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I'd love it better if I was rich lol. Thanks for the help
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Agreed!

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Annd no problem.
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