These just came in today from weldcraft wheels.com Total price for new wheels, shipping, and widending was just under $900, and I have not bought tires yet!
They are stockers widened 2" to 11.5
I will be putting a 345 MT drag on them. Based on how I've seen their 315s fit a 9.5" wide wheel, I think the 345s will fit an 11.5 wheel just fine, even though the rim is .5" narrower than recomended.
I will have to make a few mods to the wheel well for these to fit, there is bracket that needs to be moved, and I'll have to ditch the shock dust cover. Swaybar might interfere, we'll see. It will be several weeks before I have time to work on this.
looks sweet can't wait to see the project begin! Keep us updated!
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Stock unported blower,2.6 pulley, JLT CAI, EVO Mail order tune,Ford 9" w/ 4.11 35spline with a spool. Bogarts on 325/50-15r M/T Drag Raidals, QA1 Shock/Springs, 3" Bassani exhaust-no cats with Race Mufflers, Stock exhaust Manifolds. Steeda LCA, S&W UCA and mount, S&W adj Pan Hard Bar, S&W Anti-roll Bar, BMR Light weight raidator support bracket. 3.5 Alum D/S
Here are stock wheels, widened to 11" with 315/30/18 Nittos mounted. Anything wider will require body mods as this fits with about 3/16" total clearance and requires an adjustable panhard bar to get the rear centered for proper clearance on both sides. But they do fit perfectly without any rubbing or other problems.
Hey on this blue shelby, where did u get the hood pins? And also what panhead did u get and how is it adjusted. Im very novice on suspension so when i put the 315s on i need to lknow what to do. Also im thinkin about usin 20s instead of 18 so id go with a 315 35 20. Any suggestion if that will fit or not. This whole subject has driven me nuts. Any help would be great!
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