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Does the 2020 IRS fit in a Fox? And what are the wheel and tire sizing info on the car you posted?
 

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That is how i first read this , but i know the later IRS will not fit in a fox .
Soooo , this must be the 2020 version of last years thread .
 

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As in, let's see what guys are doing for IRS wheels in the year 2020 (since it's a fresh year). The 2020 Mustang IRS will obviously not fit a fox...completely different chassis.
 

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My 92 coupe with a 04 IRS, MM Coil overs all around, Moda R6 wheels, 18x9 in the rear with a +45 (6.72" backspace), 18x8 in the front +45 and a 1" spacer. 275/35/18 in the rear and 245/45/18 up front.

What's the wheel specs on the blue coupe in first post?

 

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My 92 coupe with a 04 IRS, MM Coil overs all around, Moda R6 wheels, 18x9 in the rear with a +45 (6.72" backspace), 18x8 in the front +45 and a 1" spacer. 275/35/18 in the rear and 245/45/18 up front.

What's the wheel specs on the blue coupe in first post?

Any pics from the rear or side angle? Do you have any clearance issues on the inner fender (not outer, I'm sure you're fine with offsets that deep). The wheels in post #1 are just 03-04 Cobra wheels. I believe they are 17x9, 26mm offset. 6.12" backspace.
 

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Any pics from the rear or side angle? Do you have any clearance issues on the inner fender (not outer, I'm sure you're fine with offsets that deep). The wheels in post #1 are just 03-04 Cobra wheels. I believe they are 17x9, 26mm offset. 6.12" backspace.
These pics were before the Coil overs and with the old tires and no spacers on the front, but no issues with clearance, just needed to roll the rear lips cause big bumps would very slightly rub.


 

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Looks like the perfect offset in the rear. It actually looks like you could run less offset in the rear as long as the car wasn't too low.
 

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I've been wanting to do this to my '93 coupe (IRS) 4 cylinder but haven't found an IRS for a decent price. Between that and choosing wheels, just haven't done it yet. I dont' care about having 9 or 10" wide wheels/tires, 8" is fine but I don't know what offset to look at. Probably do '96+ spindles with the stock K-member as well. Someone told me that OEM offset 05-10 wheels will work. Any truth to that?
 
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