Cobra wheels, but from what year?

Discussion in 'Suspension and Brakes' started by heffe2001, May 27, 2015.

  1. heffe2001

    heffe2001 Active Member

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    Picked up a set of Cobra wheels yesterday, but not sure what year the style is. I was planning on putting the Tri-bar centers from my bad set of Bullitts in them, but they stick out about 1/4". These will definitely look better than my current rims (stock '00 GT starfish rims). Wheels aren't perfect, but they are in overall good shape.. They have the ford code 1R33 1007 FA POL on the back.


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    Post some pics!


    Edit: thats a 1999 Cobra Wheel
     
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    Anybody know of any Tri bar logo centers that fit these? The ones from my bullets fit, but stick out 1/16-1/4" and don't look right:

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    Got 'em for $50 each, guy had like 48 for sale on Sunday, had 11 left yesterday..
     
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    Part # 3R3Z-1130-AA are the correct centers for these wheels with Tri-Bar Pony's. Discontinued by ford, but I found a set. Cost me almost as much as the wheels though, lol.. Now I just need to part with the Bullitts that I've been working on to recover some of that cash...
     
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    Sorry haven't been more help, I might have contacted LMR or AM to see if they had measurements, see if any aftermarket ones do indeed fit.
     
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    I've got them on the way now, ended up being about $32 each. They aren't produced anymore, so were hard to find. I'll get measurements when they come in so people will know what the proper depth should be.