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2000 Trans Am .. How big of rear tire?

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    2000 Trans Am .. How big of rear tire?

    Looking for drag radial max width and height without rubbing. Body and suspention all stock. Factory 16" wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nasty View Post
    Looking for drag radial max width and height without rubbing. Body and suspention all stock. Factory 16" wheels
    With a 16x8 wheel there is only 1 choice 255/50/16.

    Are you running these on the street? or just the track?

    If its the street you want Nitto's.

    If its the strip you want Mickey Thompsons or Hoosiers.
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