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Old 02-04-2013, 07:37 AM
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Need P/N for 17" Cobra Wheels

Can some of you SRT Drivers running 17" DRs please let me know the P/N and vendor of your wheels?
I heard the 17" Cobra wheels will fit over the SRT Calipers. What year Cobra? I'm guessing a '03 as they are 17 inch. Looking at putting some 275/40 17" DRs on the back of my '12 SRT.
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I don't have an SRT but I do run 17" drag radials with cobra wheels. If you want a part number you'll have to go to ford for that. Best thing to do is go on your local Craigslist (like I did) or ebay to find some. Make sure you grind out the center hub a little bit so the wheel will lay flat on the rotor.
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Originally Posted by Richmonddjs View Post
I don't have an SRT but I do run 17" drag radials with cobra wheels. If you want a part number you'll have to go to ford for that. Best thing to do is go on your local Craigslist (like I did) or ebay to find some. Make sure you grind out the center hub a little bit so the wheel will lay flat on the rotor.
Any specific year Cobra? Best I can tell is the '03s are what I'm looking for as they are 17".

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I think any of them will work. Here's mine.
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Re: Need P/N for 17" Cobra Wheels

Try americanmuscle.com that's where I got mine wheels and tires super deal! The '99-'04 wheels fit our cars :thumbup:

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Try americanmuscle.com that's where I got mine wheels and tires super deal! The '99-'04 wheels fit our cars :thumbup:

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Will the 10.5 inch wheel fit?
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Originally Posted by SR7T1 View Post
Try americanmuscle.com that's where I got mine wheels and tires super deal! The '99-'04 wheels fit our cars :thumbup:

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Took your advice and got some American Muscle '99 - '03 Cobra knock offs with some 274/40/17 M&H Racemasters. 1.7723 60' time.... First 11 second run (11.9031 at 115.62 MPH). The DRs plus the B&G Rev 3 ECU knocked off .5 seconds in the 1/4.
Thanks for the suggestion.
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I also got mine from american muscle, the 17X9 Cobra R replica and M&H 275-50-17 DOT DR.
I have pulled a 1.62 60' on those and my brother has gotten a 1.59.
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I also got mine from american muscle, the 17X9 Cobra R replica and M&H 275-50-17 DOT DR.
I have pulled a 1.62 60' on those and my brother has gotten a 1.59.
I rolled the dice and got the 40s in attempt to give me a little more gear so I would be close to redline in 3rd in the traps. 29" stock and now 26" puts me around a 3.30. I did see a gain in the lower gear ratio but I have to either bounce it of the limiter in the traps or shift into 4th. I'll get the 50s next time.
As the temps dropped through the night, my 60' got worse but then the temps were in the low 40s.
Your 1.62 is very respectful with SRT torque.
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The 17" Bullits will work also. Only thing is they a 8" wide. I ran these with a 295-45-17 Mickey before buying my Centerlines.
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