haha, yeah, i was talking about the front. i have 13" 6 piston in the front and 12.1" 4 piston in the rear. the back had absolutely no problem with the clearance, it was only the front that didnt clear them. i looked around for awhile and these where the only ones that i actually liked that fit. you will basically need a 17x9 rim that has the spokes going to the edge of the rim. anything wider than 17x9 and you will start having issues about your turn radius disappearing. the bullitt rims are somewhat "dished" so the spokes sit farther towards the inside of the circle providing a "lip" to the rim, which looks good but wont work for us. if you want to stay looking OEM, look at any rims that came on the cobra or saleen. (17x9 saleen rims fit for me too, but i didnt like the way they looked too much and i didnt want replicas, so the originals were too much $$ for me to afford at the time). i think the 1998 Cobra rims might fit also, but those are 17x8 so im not 100% sure. a good way to test them, if you still have your brakes off the car (the wilwood ones) is take the rotor, caliper, and pads to the shop that has the wheel you are looking at. install the pads in the caliper, and put the caliper over the rotor so it would look like its on the car. next, just put the rim on the floor face down, and try to put the hub of the rotor on the center of the rim, almost as if you were installing it. rotate the caliper, if it hits anywhere, then it doesnt fit. if the gap isnt too big, you can think of using a spacer on there to make it work. here is a pic of the 13" kit on mine, the pic is a little bigger than the pic i have for my profile but the front wheels are in motion. good luck, and if you need more help let me know.
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