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30 x 9's on 15 x 8's
I know this is an older thread but wanted to ask if you have your springs moved to fit that size tire on that wheel. I have a 65 satellite thats stock in the rear and looking to use the same tire
Not my car, but..... Knowing how big a 315 is (about 12 1/2 section), and seeing how much room he has to the fender..... Either the springs are under the frame rails, and a mini tub, or he has a ladder bar/coil spring conversion.
Springs relocated and mini tubs. Not coil springs.
He has a few more pics here. https://www.forbbodiesonly.com/moparforum/showcase/1965-belvedere-i.4621/
275 60 15 rear 245 60 15 front on 15 x 8's all around
I think I may have seen that car for sale about 8 yrs ago at the PATE Swap meet In DFW. I wanted that car bad, was top notch, was out of money at that time...
Looks close but I don't think it was my old Dart. Mine was a 68 your pic is of a 69. Purchased mine in 1999, had it back halved with a 4 link, 9" rear, 12 point cage. Had the rear clip replaced with rust free quarters from a 67 Dart. Sold the car unfinished in 2008 to a guy in New York. Have not seen it since. Ed
This car was back halted, straight as an arrow, full cage but just a roller. I think they we're asking $12500 ...it was gorgeous. When I'm done with my Coronet I want or will start looking for a 67-69 Dart....
Here’s Louise and the wheels are A/R polished 16x7 with 225/60/R16 on all 4 corners.
rear suspension moved in?
235/70-15, & 215/70-15. Torq Thrust Vintage.
6.70-15 firestone blackwall diagonal on 15x4.5 Studebaker steelies on the front Cocker Tire L78-15 Diagonals on 15x 6.5 Dodge A100 K-Wheels on the back
We call them "bias (ply)" here. Has that thing got california plates on it? Are you allowed to use them in Germany? And is that strip shot in Finland?
Hello 33 IMP, yes, these are old california plates that I had i stock and they are unfortunately not allowed in germany. I had removed the german plates only for drag racing. the shot was taken on a strip in germany.
215-70-15 and 275-60-15