Let's See Those Wheels!!!

AeroCoupe

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Searched and searched and believe it or not all the old wheel threads are gone or MIA. Reason for the post is I was looking to see if anyone has Enkei PF09's on a Fox Body and could not find them on one on any of the sites. My car started with some old school Centerlines back in 2000 when I bought the car. Buddy had them on his and wanted new ones so I got them for a good deal.

Crappy picture but it was all I could find they are so outdated:

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Upgraded to five lug a couple years later via the Mark VII rotors and Ranger rear axles and went to the '97 Cobra wheels:

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Changed over to the SN95 Cobra brakes and kept the Cobra wheels for a few years and then in 2012 I went to the Bullitt style wheels:

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Then this year I decided it was time for a new set and settled on the Enkei PF09's. Ordered them in February and finally got them this past weekend:

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Anyhow, post 'em up!
 
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LILCBRA

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Some old pics of the project that's going nowhere fast.

Before:
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Black Cobra anniversary wheels from LMR after:
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I've been thinking of getting rid of them and going with something different. I'm not a fan of the all-black wheel and think I'd prefer if they were the anthracite with a silver/chrome lip. Of course that'll have to wait til I actually do something with the car..... :shrug:
 
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Mustang5L5

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Ran these for about 15 years. I did my 5lug back in 2000 so these are what was available then

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Tried out some bullitt wheels

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Put some '98 Cobra wheels on. Liked it but these tires were old so i can't drive on them
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Current wheel
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BlakeusMaximus

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Old school ROH's here. I ran the 16 inch Pony wheels before these. I do want to get a set of the 17 inch Pony wheels here at some point.

Anyone else find it tricky to upload pics?
 

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LILCBRA

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Anyone else find it tricky to upload pics?

I find it's easier on my laptop compared to trying to upload from my phone. I've been using my backup phone (Galaxy S6) for a couple weeks, my other phone got wet and went on the fritz. But my "good" phone (OnePlus 7 Pro) seemed to have issues too. :shrug: It generally comes back stating that the files are too large.
 

BlakeusMaximus

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I find it's easier on my laptop compared to trying to upload from my phone. I've been using my backup phone (Galaxy S6) for a couple weeks, my other phone got wet and went on the fritz. But my "good" phone (OnePlus 7 Pro) seemed to have issues too. :shrug: It generally comes back stating that the files are too large.
Yep, it does.
 
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LILCBRA

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I've been able to crop them a couple times, but that doesn't always work. If I post them on FB and save them to my laptop I don't have an issue sharing them here. I've not looked at the file sizes of any of them, I just know that that route works for me. :shrug:
 

AeroCoupe

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Open the picture in Paint, click on "resize" in "Image", in the resize part choose a percentage of the old image you want to knock it down to and then "save as" so you don't over write you original file. Anyhow, that is how I do it and it works really well.