|09-21-2019 07:34 AM|
|d.b. cooper||Comments retracted at this point.|
|09-20-2019 10:52 PM|
i think the following solution is probably too much for what you're wanting to accomplish, but just for future reference concerning narrowing a front end:
i think Rick Dobbertin has a kit that allows you to install a narrowed c5/c6 corvette front end in virtually any car. It comes in several widths. Certainly narrower than a 2nd gen f-body.
i'm too tired to look up his shop(it's late here on the east coast), but might do so tomorrow.
|08-04-2019 01:36 AM|
I've never seen an "offset spindle" Like said there's no room unless moving the ball joints inward also.
It's better to re-invent the wheel. Measure carefully as the drivers side wheelhouse typically has less room and you don't want to bury the tire into the wheelhouse in a corner under suspension compression.
|08-04-2019 12:57 AM|
|08-03-2019 02:09 PM|
2nd gen camaro inward offset spindles?
Long story short, purchased a set of Ridler 695 18X8 wheels, didn’t like the look of the wagon wheels.
Searched for 18X8 wheels and only found 4 1/2” offset, problem is stock 15X7 wheel has 4 1/2” offset so the fronts are pushed out 1” requiring a higher ride height than desirable to clear the inner fenders. Anyone know of a spindle that is available to offset inward 1/2 - 1”?