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Smile DOES ANYONE RUN A 28X9 SLICK ON A 10" RIM ????????????

Tried fitting 28 x 10.5 m/t slick on my 85 capri (10" rim 6.5 back spacing ) rubs back of wheel well near spring location these slicks have a wide sidewall width about 12" no room in back or in the front would like to keep slicks under fender a bit if anyone runs 28 x 9 slicks on a 10" rim let me know what the sidewall width is PICS WOULD BE GREAT . thans in advance.

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they will for fine. have done it and have seen many otehr do it as well.

i dont have any specs but i know it works


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they will for fine. have done it and have seen many otehr do it as well.

i dont have any specs but i know it works
Ditto..

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Specs: 15x10 Prostars. 6.5" BS. 28x9 M/T ET Drags.
Rear springs: Eibach sport springs.

Inner fenderwells hammered in. Fender lip mods pending (mostly because mine is lowered).

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"Specs: 15x10 Prostars. 6.5" BS. 28x9 M/T ET Drags."

Very nice! Are you using rim screws?

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thanks for the help guys 28x9 it 12
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mgerman93 thanks for the compliments.
Not currently using rim screws.

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