I've been think of some 18x8xx4.75 I recently got some free tires
The wheels you posted would have a 4.50 backspace and "could" work with the right tire but 4.75 backspace would be better
these are available in 17x8x4.5 look similar to the wheel you linkedNice. I like this style wheels and can't seem to find them in 17" only in 18''
thank youthese are available in 17x8x4.5 look similar to the wheel you linked
but like I said 4.5 BS while not ideal and will work, 4.75BS is betterThis split five-spoke design isn’t as simple as it seems. The Rodder offers a time-tested look with a modern flare – available in Vintage Silver, Gloss Black, or Chrome Features: – Split five spoke retro design – Wheel designed to clear the large hubs of classic cars – Small snap in cap to keep...www.americanracing.com
about an inch smaller I thinkI don't know what the actual difference is between 65-66 and 67-68 wheel houses are, but for what it's worth I have 18x9.5 with 5.25 backspacing American Racing Rodders in the back of my 68. They fit fine without clearance issues. I put 275/40 tires on them and they fit.
From what I understand there is a difference in the years, but maybe that helps???
Yup I think so. But I’m planning on doing a whole new suspension front and rear.
- Oh , jeez. So it still has the 6/cylinder steering and brakes and suspension. ? With huge wheels / tires ? Good luck with all that
Should also add brakes as well.Those might be the Maier 2.5" flares and you can reach out to Maier Racing to see what size they recommend you could fit under there. My guess would be at least a 275 or 285. The 3.25" flares will get you 295-315 depending on the suspension. As for diameter, you can do 17s or 18s no problem, it just depends on the sidewall and overall diameter.
Wow looks great. I also have a 2015 mustang and the Perf Package comes with the 6 piston brembos. But def the non pp 4 piston brakes are nice on the old school.