Wheel & tire sizes

Daryl

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don't forget that abs light as well.
OMG.... you’re still on that??? Lol
Remember: I remedied that long ago. But thank you for that painful memory!!ROFLMFAO
 

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FWIW.... I'm planning on going with 235/60r15s on the front of mine and 255/60r15s on the back. I have heard that I could use 245/60's but they do tend to rub on the a arms. Also heard I could run 275/50's but they tend to stick out the fenders a lil bit, or gotta change from stock type backspacing and use a BFH on the inner fender well to suck those fat meats in... Any thoughts on those sizes??
 

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I like the first combo for your year. Looks appropriate and I think 275’s or anything that sticks out beyond the unmolrsted wheel well would look like a 19- yr olds car and he thinks it looks “bitchin”. WRONG!! The 60 series profile would look perfect, IMHO.
My $.02
 

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Agree!!! I'm planning on getting a set of the 10 hole "Phone Dial" rims from LMR, 15x7's front and 15'9s out back if I can get the polished ones in time before they decide they're just too cool and stop making the 15x9's!! Always loved the look of those wheels!!
 

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