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16" wheels on Foose?

Just wondering if anybody has tried to put 16" wheels on a foose, harley, roush, etc, so that they could run slicks.
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nope


they physically won't fit. The brake calipers are too large.


just get some cheapie 17x9 or 17x10 rims and run slicks with those
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well I've got 18's with 295/45's on the back for now, just trying to cut some more weight if I could.
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