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Old 05-02-2012, 02:01 PM   #1
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Anyone know where I can find wheels specific to the specifications to my 93 cobra. Every 4 lug I look at it says * excludes 93 cobra...
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Anyone know where I can find wheels specific to the specifications to my 93 cobra. Every 4 lug I look at it says * excludes 93 cobra...
What are the specifications?
I'm thinking that they have to be of a larger diameter (17" min) to clear the brakes maybe?
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Yes they need to clear the brakes
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Yes they need to clear the brakes
Then just match the diameter and back spacing to your stock wheels when you choose new ones.
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Well that's what I'm saying, its hard to find some! Unless I'm looking in all the wrong places. But I've even checked online inventory at local well known tire and wheel shops. Either they don't have em or "excludes 93 cobra"....
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Then just match the diameter and back spacing to your stock wheels when you choose new ones.
Only problem with that is if he gets wider wheels, the backspacing is going to change.
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Only problem with that is if he gets wider wheels, the backspacing is going to change.
Well he said, "Specific to the specifications to my 93 cobra."

I found this - "You can change the front rotors and rear axles in order to take advantange of the regular offset wheels for the 87-93 Mustang."

And these 1993 Cobra Wheel Specs:
Goodyear Eagle P245/45ZR17 tires were mounted on 17x7.5 inch aluminum wheels.
RH: F3ZZ-1007-A
LH: F3ZZ-1007-B
Offset = 1.61" or 40.9mm
Backspace = 5.36"
Bolt Pattern = 4 X 4.25"
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