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I know not what you’re looking for but good info for all here I believe. For good priced tires check out simpletire.com sometimes they have...
Which wheels are they, usually the manufacturer will have specs for them
Get that car out of there ASAP, that place needs be boarded up.
275/60/15 on a 15x7 4.5” bs
Not fun to get off lol[ATTACH]
67 b body and 68 are much different, 67 is very narrow. That being said 275 will fit on either a 7-8” rim, 4.5 bs on the 7” rim 5-5.5 bs on the 8”...
17 up front 275/60/15 out back[ATTACH]
That’s a very odd BS for an 8” rim
These are the measurements you need from your wheels to compare, take not of any steps or drops in the drum. Measure your lowest points[ATTACH]
That I have no idea, guessing if it actually is a thing it has to do with back spacing.
This is what you need from cass, I have a hard time believing he doesn’t know the measurements.[ATTACH]
You need to measure the caliper clearance on your wheels he can’t do that for you, and get the measurements for his kit and see if it will work...
How did you go about rolling the inner lip?
Love your car, perfection!
Yes, with room to spare. Here’s my 67 coronet which has much smaller wheel wells than the 72 charger with that size tire.[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
I have this tire on a 4.5” rim
That looks about right
The kit might push the wheels out a little also, my wilwood front disc kit pushed the wheels out .25” check the spec sheet see if it says anything...
I have a nice set of new .5” billet spacers of you are interested. 1.5-2” might be a bit much.I kinda dig the tucked in look on the front....
Not sure on the fitment you’d have to make the measurements, I think you’re right I about the studs
No problem, if you plant on sticking around the site be sure to visit the welcome wagon and introduce yourself and lost some pics of that charger!...