Post up your "big wheeled" cars...AKA...17's or larger AND ADD YOUR BACKSPACING INFO!!!!!

Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering, Brake & Wheel Topics' started by CarNDrvr, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. 75Maro

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    18x10 TT2 5.75” BS
    Test fit complete time to cough up the cash
     

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    Later cars also have slightly different inner wheelwells vs early cars.

    Depends what size tires you want too.
     
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    im thinking 285/35/18
     
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    what size tires are you going to run ???
     
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    I'm thinking 285/35/18
     
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    I like your old wheels ! Wheel Vintiques V 45 ?
     
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    V40 I think. Great looking wheels.
     

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