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Old 01-24-2004, 10:58 AM
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got some svt q's

hey guys i have a 99 explorer... my goal is to make it a svt "look a like"...i no the rims off the lightin wont fit(diff lug size), but what about the gauge cluster??. p.s can any one show me some pictures of there stock/moded svts, and may be some good web sites...thanks alot for any help..
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you might want to dbl check the rim thought.......my buddy has a explorer with svt rims on it. not sure if he had anything done to it to get them to go on, but they're on.
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Mike, go check out my web page. Plenty of pics in there to look at and maybe get some ideas with. http://www.svt-enthusiast.com/modules/gallery/RUNVS
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thanks alot guys...cobra r svt wheels will fit but lighting svt wheels wont the lug pattern is diff(mine is 4.5x5 i think?)
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thanks alot guys...cobra r svt wheels will fit but lighting svt wheels wont the lug pattern is diff(mine is 4.5x5 i think?)
I don't think that the factory Lightning wheels will fit .....because of the different lug pattern,but..........I think there is a place called .....OE Concepts ......that would have the Lightning wheels to fit your lug pattern........I not sure of the exact web address for the site........Hope this could help you!
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thanks buddy but if anyone nos of that web site it would really really help me thanks guys
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thanks buddy but if anyone nos of that web site it would really really help me thanks guys
Here is something that may help you http://www.wheelreplicas.com/lightning2001.htm

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i really like those sallen wheels?? does anyone no if they will fit my explorer?? lug pattern are the same...what abotut offset?
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