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    Default 93 Cobra wheel pic???

    does anyone have a picture of a coupe with the 1993 Cobra wheels on it? I went through 13 pages and I think I saw about every wheel on a coupe but the one I have a chance to get.

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    '85GT Bright Atlantic Blue (K7)
    '86SVO Oxford White (9L)
    '93COBRA Teal/Black (RD)

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    Ask and ye shall receive!

    Cool looking coupes!

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    That blue one is just pure sex. Am i allowed to say that? lol

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    oh damn your right that blue is sexy. Thanks for the pics. That wheel sure looks different on a coupe then the Cobra.
    1991 UHP notch. IRS, 2300K and more goodies. The SCCA car.
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    Also its not a good idea just to bolt them up to a stock 85 because of the offset of these wheels right? I need to change to Cobra spindles and rotors?
    1991 UHP notch. IRS, 2300K and more goodies. The SCCA car.
    1985 GT. The project.

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    if they are TRUE cobra wheels. There's companies that made rims that looked just like cobra rims but were standard backspacing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mont View Post
    Also its not a good idea just to bolt them up to a stock 85 because of the offset of these wheels right? I need to change to Cobra spindles and rotors?
    The aftermarket pieces out there will NOT bolt right up to your car. You can bolt them up and the rear of the front wheels will be jammed against the strut. You need a thin spacer as well as some rack limiters.

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    the wheels I have a chance to get are real Cobras off my buddies car.
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    There are aftermarket 93 Cobra replicas that will fit the stock FOX chassis.
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    Sheez them wheels looks smokin on a notch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by escogt View Post






    I think these cars look sharp. I do prefer the stock looking wheels and not the polished ones. The sort of regatta blue one is awesome. I am partial to Regatta blue though,.. If I modified my 85 GT I would go with these wheels. Perhaps a modified Fox nothback is in the picture for me.. hmmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mont View Post
    Also its not a good idea just to bolt them up to a stock 85 because of the offset of these wheels right? I need to change to Cobra spindles and rotors?

    yah-87-93 5.0 spindles with 93 cobra rotors in the front or a 1-1.25" adaptor in the front with the stock brakes. thunderbird rear disc or 1-1.25 adaptor on the stock drums in the rear as well. easy to do the 4 wheel disc like the cobra's had for not alot of money and they braking will be a ton better.....
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    Anybody know the best place to get a set of 4 wheel discs then? I have the original 93 cobra wheels (17 x 7.5) and they are on my car right now. They are eating up my suspension. Any help with the most cost effective way to get them on as they are the only set of wheels I have right now! Thanks!

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