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This is a discussion on Torq Thrust II's within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Anyone here have TT II's on there TA? If so what size tires are you using and would your reccomend ...

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    Torq Thrust II's

    Anyone here have TT II's on there TA? If so what size tires are you using and would your reccomend lowering it?

    Of course pics are welcome!

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    no, never. no one has ever put TT2's on a t/a....maybe these guys, but that's it... Official Show your Birds thread!

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    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos
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    17x11 rear, 17x9.5 front
    315/35/17 rear, 275/40/17 front

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    I think i found the combo!

    any issues with rubbing?

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    A little.
    But not after installing the LCA's and the relocation brackets.

    The only thing that hits now is the bump stop when the rear is hanging and the body is on stands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos
    A little.
    But not after installing the LCA's and the relocation brackets.

    The only thing that hits now is the bump stop when the rear is hanging and the body is on stands.
    B4 you added the LCA and relocation brackets did it rub easily or did you have to get on it to make it rub?

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    Seemed like it was only when I was on it.

    But I am not 100% about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos
    Seemed like it was only when I was on it.

    But I am not 100% about that.

    Would rolling the fender lip help u think?

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    Should.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos
    A little.
    But not after installing the LCA's and the relocation brackets.

    The only thing that hits now is the bump stop when the rear is hanging and the body is on stands.
    So if I am running OEM Zo6 18x10.5 with a 295-35 and I had to beat my inner wells, and I have the Eibach Sportline, BMR Re-location, Hotchkis LCA's I should not rub with the same combo you have.....

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    So if I am running OEM Zo6 18x10.5 with a 295-35 and I had to beat my inner wells, and I have the Eibach Sportline, BMR Re-location, Hotchkis LCA's I should not rub with the same combo you have.....
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    Shouldn't.

    But every car is different.
    Ditching the 18's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by screamin chicken
    So if I am running OEM Zo6 18x10.5 with a 295-35 and I had to beat my inner wells, and I have the Eibach Sportline, BMR Re-location, Hotchkis LCA's I should not rub with the same combo you have.....
    frist off, OEM's are retarded expensive and that 10.5 is gonna be wierd to work with. I suggest you go with OE replicas for t/a's @ 9" especially since you're lowering it. I think it'll all "fit" nicer.

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    I tell ya, everytime I contemplate a new ZO6 with my wife... I stumble upon Trans Am's such as these. Puts everything back into perspective.

    Very Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Street Lethal
    I tell ya, everytime I contemplate a new ZO6 with my wife... I stumble upon Trans Am's such as these. Puts everything back into perspective.

    Very Nice!
    Yea it's def done nicely. In about a week you'll see pics of the same...only in RED! he he he

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertiviper
    Yea it's def done nicely. In about a week you'll see pics of the same...only in RED! he he he
    Seventeen inch like the ones shown above, or will you be going eighteen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Street Lethal
    Seventeen inch like the ones shown above, or will you be going eighteen?
    Shown above. I don't think they make the TT II's in 18s, i wouldn't want them anyway, not the look im goin for. So 17s..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertiviper
    Shown above. I don't think they make the TT II's in 18s, i wouldn't want them anyway, not the look im goin for. So 17s..
    They definitely make them in 18's.

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