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Mustang Killa 05-22-2012 05:09 PM

Rear wheels on all corners?
 
Anyone considering "un-staggering" the wheels and doing the same size all the way around?

Will it fit? 305 or maybe 315's all the way around :) ?

dreksnot 02-09-2013 01:18 PM

Rekindle question: Will the 305 fit up front without rubbing strut on stock ZL1 10" wheel? How much sticking out of the fender? Too ridiculous?

lawdog 02-09-2013 01:23 PM

hope you got a good body shop man for all those road chips on the side of your car !

2012-1822 05-13-2013 03:22 AM

See, that's what't funny, already have them all down the sides, just really shows up on the black one, but I'm not considering this, just curious if anyone thinks it would work, more so, how about just running wider tires on the stock front wheels, anyone consider that

Bad@ssCamaro 05-13-2013 03:39 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mustang Killa (Post 5005602)
Anyone considering "un-staggering" the wheels and doing the same size all the way around?

Will it fit? 305 or maybe 315's all the way around :) ?

That's what is on the Pedders L/28 car with 305/30/19 on all 4 corners and the new Z/28 will have the same setup. If you go with 19" wheels, you'll have to change the pads with the rollerskates(balance harmonic weights) with pads without. Of course I'm assuming you're talking about the SS listed in your Avatar. :)

Marc Collin 05-16-2013 03:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mustang Killa (Post 5005602)
Anyone considering "un-staggering" the wheels and doing the same size all the way around?
Will it fit? 305 or maybe 315's all the way around :) ?

I am in favor of 305which is recommended. 305 is best and fit size as compare with 315.


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