What tire size and rim combo are you running?

Discussion in 'The Hides' started by ceas350, Dec 13, 2009.

  1. Chief96

    Chief96 Member

    Thanks, Larry70GS...the only issue that I am finding is that the wheels I want, Cragar 61 SS, only has backspacing up to 4 1/4....I don't know if that will work
  2. LARRY70GS

    LARRY70GS a.k.a. "THE WIZARD"

    It will in a 7" wide rim. With an 8" rim, it will be really close on the outside. I have 8" rims, P275/60R-15 with 4 1/2" BS, and it is really close in the back on one side. It isn't unusual to have more room on one side than the other. The body may not be exactly square on the frame.
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  3. Chief96

    Chief96 Member

    Well, I just ordered the same size tires on an 8 inch with 4 1/4 inch backspace and -6mm...I hope we're ok with this or may have to make some adjustments...
  4. ceas350

    ceas350 "THE BURNER"

  5. Chief96

    Chief96 Member

    235/60-15 Goodrich T/A's on 15x8 Cragar SS all the way around...gotta respect the classics...

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  6. austxsteve

    austxsteve Well-Known Member

  7. Bygblok

    Bygblok Well-Known Member

    18x9 with 5.25bs, 275/40 on the rear, 18x8 5”bs, 245/40 front. Nice and low like it should be. Looking in to air ride now.....

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  8. Steve73GS

    Steve73GS 73 GEE YES

    What brand rims and bs are you running 325/50R15's on/ I know they are 15 x 10's but not seeing much with bs larger than 5" and it seems 5 5/8 or 5 3/4 would be needed. Does anyone know if Buick ralley's are made by anyone with 5 5/8 or 5 3/4 bs?

  9. Doug's Stage X

    Doug's Stage X Well-Known Member

    Get ahold of kurt at MCWheels. He will make whatever backspace you need. Theres a thread on here somewhere.
    Look him up.
  10. Steve73GS

    Steve73GS 73 GEE YES

    Tks Doug

  11. Gallagher

    Gallagher Founders Club Member

    605 6th ave.
    Slater Iowa. 50244

    He made me a pair of 15x10's and I am very happy.

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  12. Steve73GS

    Steve73GS 73 GEE YES

    Thanks Gallagher...real nice looking wheel. Any idea of what they weigh?

  13. Gallagher

    Gallagher Founders Club Member

    I could weigh one for you.
  14. sriley531

    sriley531 M.M.O.G.

    Green cars strip setup is 28x11.50 on 15x10 rears, 28x6 on 15x4 fronts.

    Street setup is 15x7's all around with 255-60 rears and 235-60 fronts.

    White car is 15x7's with 245-60 all around
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  15. Steve73GS

    Steve73GS 73 GEE YES

    Yes, if it's not too much trouble to weigh, that would be great. I really would like to keep the original look but I've had people mention that they would be really heavy and should consider aluminum so I'm curious what the weight difference would be. If it's remotely close, I would definitely stay with the original look. Thanks.

  16. Gallagher

    Gallagher Founders Club Member

    The 15x10 weighs 27 lbs.
    I don't have a 15x7 or 8 without a tire on it. Maybe someone else can weigh one of those.
  17. Steve73GS

    Steve73GS 73 GEE YES

    Thanks Mike. Not as heavy as I thought . No worries on the x7,x8. What BS are the 15 x 10?

  18. Gallagher

    Gallagher Founders Club Member

    McWheels can put the backspace where you want it. I had mine set to 5.5" as per Hugger's recommendation.
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  19. Steve73GS

    Steve73GS 73 GEE YES

    10/4. Tks again Mike.
  20. Bygblok

    Bygblok Well-Known Member

    E4425476-1414-4B84-9ACA-E88757662D80.jpeg 2CF7158F-8A1A-447A-BFAD-E3400DFEA72B.jpeg A better shot of the 66 with the 18’s......
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