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Old 09-25-2003, 10:26 PM   #1
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Question 15 x 10 weld pro stars or draglites on a sn95 with a 6.5 backspacing

DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY PICTURES OF A SET OF 15 X 10 WELD PROSTARS OR DRAGLITES WITH A 6.5 INCH BACKSPACING WITH A SET OF 275-50-15 DRAG RADIALS OR RADIAL TA TIRES ON A SN95 MUSTANG??
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Old 09-26-2003, 11:19 AM   #2
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Yes - on my site. Click "garage." Mine are 295/50-15 radial T/As though.

That wheel size and spacing is perfect.
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Old 09-26-2003, 05:59 PM   #3
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WHAT DID YOU HAVE TO DO TO GET THE FRONT WHEELS TO FIT? DID YOU HAVE TO USE 1/4 INCH SPACERS AND GRIND ON YOUR CALIPER BRACKET? WHAT DID YOU HAVE TO DO TO GET THE BACK TO FIT? ARE THE FRONT WHEELS 15X3.5?
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Old 09-27-2003, 08:51 AM   #4
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Yes 15x3.5 - no spacers, lots of grinding. Took the bar off the side and some more on the face of the caliper. Do a search on my user name I explained the process a couple times in various forums.
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Old 09-27-2003, 10:56 AM   #5
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THANKS FOR THE INFO! THE WHEELS THAT HAVE THE SLICKS ARE THEY 15X8 AND IF SO WHAT IS THE BACK SPACING? AGAIN THANKS FOR THE INFO ON YOUR SITE!
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Old 09-27-2003, 11:12 AM   #6
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no prob. yeah - the slicks are on 15x8 with 5.5BS. They fit fine bt I don't like the look - they look so small.
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Old 09-27-2003, 04:28 PM   #7
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DO YOU THINK I COULD GET AWAY WITH THE 275-50-15 DRAG RADIALS? THERE ABOUT THE SAME SIZE AS MY 275-40-17 ON MY 17X9 COBRA R WHEELS! WHAT BACK SPACING DID YOUR FRONT WHEELS HAVE? THANKS AGAIN!
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should be fine on the 10" - probably on the 8" as well. They are smaller than my 295/50-15s and they fit. My car is lowerd almost 1.5" inches as wel.

The 3.5s only come in one backspacing. i can't remember what it is (1.75" I think) but it is the only one they make in that bolt pattern.
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THANKS AGAIN FOR ALL THE INFO! IF I HAVE ANY QUESTIONS I'LL GET BACK WITH YOU!
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295/50 15x10 6.5"bs 15x4 front.



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MAN THAT LOOKS SWEET! DID YOU HAVE TO ROLL YOUR INNER FINDER IN THE BACK? WHAT DID YOU DO TO GET THE FRONT WHEELS TO FIT??? THANKS ALOT!!!!!
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that was when i was lowered and didn't have to roll the inner fender any. the car is not lowered anymore it is sitting on coilovers in the front and stock springs in the rear. so it's fine., however when it was lowered the outer fender did rub a bit. but like i said now on stock springs it's perfectly fine. the front jsut required a little grinding and a spacer and i was fine. i would definitely reccomend extended studs though if going the spacer route...not fun losin a skinny goin 80 on the freeway...i know
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