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do anyone have 315s out back on a f-body?

This is a discussion on do anyone have 315s out back on a f-body? within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the General Help category; Originally Posted by 2001camaroSS the rears are 45. huh... I believe mine are a 56... am I going to need ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2001camaroSS View Post
    the rears are 45.
    huh... I believe mine are a 56... am I going to need a spacer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianH.WS6 View Post
    huh... I believe mine are a 56... am I going to need a spacer?
    my rears have an offset of 45. there is a good chance u will either do some hammering/rolling of the fenders or need a spacer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianH.WS6 View Post
    huh... I believe mine are a 56... am I going to need a spacer?
    The biggest you can put on there without any rubbing is 295/35/18 like mine any bigger well good luck

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    nice, what size tips are those, i'm trying to decide between 3.5" and 4"

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeadFarmer View Post
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    nice, what size tips are those, i'm trying to decide between 3.5" and 4"
    I believe they are 3.5, they are the afterthoughts dual tips. They are discontinued now though

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2001camaroSS View Post
    my rears have an offset of 45. there is a good chance u will either do some hammering/rolling of the fenders or need a spacer.
    Quote Originally Posted by Durango View Post
    The biggest you can put on there without any rubbing is 295/35/18 like mine any bigger well good luck
    lol well It's a good thing I'm covered from anything from 5/8"-1" since i've done this dance before. I already bought the tires, so going smaller isn't an option for me :/

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    I wanted to contribute to this thread since I found it helpful while choosing wheels/tires. Over this weekend I installed the ever popular TTII's. I went with 11's in the rear mounted with Nitto 315/35/17's. I also installed Hotchkis lowering springs at the same time.

    So far I've not had to hammer or grind anything and have seen zero rubbing. I did have to center the rear using an adjustable panhard rod I previously installed. Based on what I saw when I was under the car the jounce bumper really only needs to be modified for convenience, not necessity. And currently I think I might be one of the lucky ones regarding room inside the wheel wells themselves. I've got 100 miles on her so far. I'll check them again after a few more days to confirm no rubbing. But so far I'm quite pleased. I'd prefer leave my car structurally stock so I was gambling a bit on 315's on 11's.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CheapInebriant View Post
    I wanted to contribute to this thread since I found it helpful while choosing wheels/tires. Over this weekend I installed the ever popular TTII's. I went with 11's in the rear mounted with Nitto 315/35/17's. I also installed Hotchkis lowering springs at the same time.

    So far I've not had to hammer or grind anything and have seen zero rubbing. I did have to center the rear using an adjustable panhard rod I previously installed. Based on what I saw when I was under the car the jounce bumper really only needs to be modified for convenience, not necessity. And currently I think I might be one of the lucky ones regarding room inside the wheel wells themselves. I've got 100 miles on her so far. I'll check them again after a few more days to confirm no rubbing. But so far I'm quite pleased. I'd prefer leave my car structurally stock so I was gambling a bit on 315's on 11's.
    I had luck with my 18x11s and 315s. I was able to put them on the car without mods. the car is lowered with stranos and looks great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TooFass4u View Post
    This thread now makes me want to put wider wheels/tires on my SS
    agree, I think this thread should come with a disclaimer "view thread at your own risk to finding you're rear tires inadequate, tire envy may occur"

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    cell phone shot as the CME was getting installed


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2001camaroSS View Post
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    Hahaha that looks good when its up like that
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10spokess View Post
    Hahaha that looks good when its up like that
    haha thanks. ill get a picture of the finished product soon. the tires are a foot wide each

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    That sounds like Two feet of traction there

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    Looks good! I might be partial to it though wanna give me that subframe connector?

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverWS6 View Post
    Looks good! I might be partial to it though wanna give me that subframe connector?
    thanks, lol i've been procrastinating putting them on, told myself I'd do it before TX2K and never got around to it :/

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