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12-20-2012 08:22 AM
Mark2268 Sorry I cant help out directly but Summit Racing sells a tool to figure out every dimension necessary for tire/wheel fitment including back spacing, even at full turns. unfortunately it cost $75 but you will never have to ask the question again.
12-16-2012 12:36 PM
big ford7
Tire/rim sizes

I'm installing fender flares onto my 1967 ford mustang. The flares are 3 1/4in. I was wondering what tire size I should use with them so that there is enough room but also fulls much of the area as well. And i would like to get some rims that are bigger with less tire, but i still want it to have that hot-rod look. Any help on what size to get for the tires and rims would much appreciated.

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