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    Talking Wheel Visualizer

    It ain't got any Fox Cougars, but the Birds are on there.
    http://www.newstalgiawheel.com/wheel_visualizer.asp

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    That's pretty cool!

    Too bad they don't have more brands of wheels. 95% of what they have on there probably isn't available in four lug (and all that stuff costs a small fortune anyway)

    Garrett H.
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    '87 Thunderbird Turbo Coupe
    Engine, wheels, tires, etc!
    Exhaust sound clip
    Another clip

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    Ah... true. :/ 5-lug conversion FTW!

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    1inch drop w/ 18's all around, 40's up front 45's in the back, please.
    ~Project ThunderStorm = '84 Charcoal Thunderbird - First Car - Long Time Work in Progress~
    ~Project (No Name Yet) = 1970 Plymouth GTX/RR "Clone"~

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    No love for the cougars... They should only pull up the wheels that would fit the 4 lug but I guess thats asking too much. Here is one of an expedition I made 6" lift 22" rims with 40" tires thats what I want for mine except mines red I wanted white though.




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    Well it's not a 4eye, but close enough i suppose... :-P


    stance might end up being anywhere from 1 to 2inches, will depend on ground effects.
    (And won't be happening any time soon unless i hit jackpot at the junkyard, lol)
    ~Project ThunderStorm = '84 Charcoal Thunderbird - First Car - Long Time Work in Progress~
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    Quote Originally Posted by Romeo2k View Post
    Well it's not a 4eye, but close enough i suppose... :-P


    stance might end up being anywhere from 1 to 2inches, will depend on ground effects.
    (And won't be happening any time soon unless i hit jackpot at the junkyard, lol)


    How did you get that whole screen saved?? I took a picture with my phone???

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    More than likely he used print screen and pasted it into paint.
    That's what I did.

    Matt

    1986 Cougar 5.0

    1989 Mark VII LSC 5 speed (sold)

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    Sure did.

    ooooh oktires has tons more rims: http://www.oktire.com/en/wheels/next.aspx
    ~Project ThunderStorm = '84 Charcoal Thunderbird - First Car - Long Time Work in Progress~
    ~Project (No Name Yet) = 1970 Plymouth GTX/RR "Clone"~

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    Damn, thats fun!!

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