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Old 07-19-2009, 09:27 AM   #1
Drives: 1978 Ford F-150, 1SS/RS
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Okinawa Japan
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A couple of questions......

#1. Has anyone found a 18 inch rim that will work yet? I live very close to a gentleman who sells slightly used road race slicks and would like to find a set of rims so I can throw four of them on the car for track days or having fun.
Heres the tires:
#2. Would I have to have the car reset every time I pull the switch rim and tire assy's? Because of the tire pressure montoring system reading the diffrent sensors? I joined the Marine Corp right as these systems came online, so I'm fairly out of tune with what is requried with them.

Hopefully my set up will eventually be 26.5x11x18 road race slicks on all 4 corners, with a full Pedders track kit, and a late model racecraft Reaper kit. ETA for all of this is all mods done by May of next year. Thanks for any and all help guys.
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