Looking at a used set of weld prostars. Input needed.

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  1. reinhardt79

    reinhardt79 Veteran Member

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    Guy has a set of 15x10 w/ 5.5 bs and 15x6 w/ 3.5 bs. I know the 15x10s will fit with mild persuasion on the rear. I am unsure about the 15x6 w/ 3.5 bs on the front though. Will it be tucked in the front wheel well real far? Interference to fender or anything? Thanks all.

    Again, I am unsure on the fronts. Any experience would be appreciated. Pictures would be even better.
     
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    Yes Id guess they will fit good. Those front should be fine based on experience.
     
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    Cool. Pictures?
     
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    Rears are perfect, fronts not sure but if their cheap enough snag them up.
     
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    3.5" bs should be about right. How does your Camaro sit... stance wise. Is it a weed killer .... mild rake .... or stock 4x4 ? Camaro's have that d*m flat spot in the wheel opening that creates havok per the ride hieght. Im all PONCHO so we have ROUND wheel openings, i know 3.5 bs would NOT be an issue unless it's a weed killer WITH tall tires. (me)
     
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    2" drop in the front. Probably 1" higher in the rear. I bought the wheels this morning for $500. Have tires on them. The fronts are useable m/t sportsmans 26x8.5. The rears are toasted 295/50r15s. They are in the shed until I get lug nuts. In the middle of floor pans now, so not in a yank. Will probably get lug nuts next payday just to play with my new toy.
     

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