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ahsoka tano:

--- Quote from: davidpinto on October 16, 2021, 06:43:34 AM --- I RUN AMERICAN RACING OUTLAW II 14x7 WHEELS , TIRES ARE 195/60-14 FRONT & 195/70-14 ON THE REAR.THE TALLER REARS GIVE IT A LITTLE LONGER LEGS WITH THE 3.55 GEAR,PLUS THE STANCE IS PERFECT.I GET A LOT OF COMMENTS ON THE WHEELS ALSO.

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Do you have any pics?
Stock suspension too?

LongTimeFordMan:
i run the14x 7  american racing outlaws with 205 70 14s front and rear.

i have a 4 speed with both 3.40 gears 3100 rpm at 70 mph

and 3.18 gears 2900 rpm at 70 mph

here are some pix

ahsoka tano:

--- Quote from: LongTimeFordMan on October 16, 2021, 11:20:11 PM ---i run the14x 7  american racing outlaws with 205 70 14s front and rear.

i have a 4 speed with both 3.40 gears 3100 rpm at 70 mph

and 3.18 gears 2900 rpm at 70 mph

here are some pix

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Stock suspension?

PintoTim2:
Another choice is to stick with the 13" rims and go to Coker tire.  They have P195/70-R13s in a passenger car tire (kinda pricy).  I just got some P205/60-R13 BF Goodrich Radial T/As for a Mustang II delivered to me last week from there.  These will lower the car about 10mm (which can be a plus in my opinion).   I have (2) Pintos, one is already on 14" rims - but it has flares, so I can't say if those will fit a stock suspension.  My other car will have 14" when completed (also not stock).  The 13s are still a possibility if you want to stay more stock looking (or have real cool period 13" rims, like my M-II)

ahsoka tano:

--- Quote from: PintoTim2 on October 19, 2021, 06:41:12 AM ---Another choice is to stick with the 13" rims and go to Coker tire.  They have P195/70-R13s in a passenger car tire (kinda pricy).  I just got some P205/60-R13 BF Goodrich Radial T/As for a Mustang II delivered to me last week from there.  These will lower the car about 10mm (which can be a plus in my opinion).   I have (2) Pintos, one is already on 14" rims - but it has flares, so I can't say if those will fit a stock suspension.  My other car will have 14" when completed (also not stock).  The 13s are still a possibility if you want to stay more stock looking (or have real cool period 13" rims, like my M-II)

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Will mustang II wheels fit?
Offset?
Hub diameter?

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