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what size rims can i use

This is a discussion on what size rims can i use within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the General Help category; i have a 2002 ws-6 trans am and a 2000 mustang rouche 3 both 5 lug can i use same ...

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    what size rims can i use

    i have a 2002 ws-6 trans am and a 2000 mustang rouche 3
    both 5 lug

    can i use same rims on both

    and what sizes can i use for the drag strip, id liek to get 1 set to fit both if i can

    i want sum m/t drag radials bit can i only is 17's or will 15 or 16s ork?

    tell all and what size tires

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    I think that the spacing between the lugnuts of a ford and of a chevy are spaced differently. I don't think you will have a one size fits all. you might be able to force a rim on, but I definately wouldn't race on it.

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    i knew that but like will older camero rims for or only what years will older 15" rims or new 16" rims will the 6cyl rims work what all what do you recomend

    i know ther has to be some other which i can use a smaller rim size so i can get a higher tire

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    im pretty sure they have a different spacing, my friend tried to put my 99 t/a wheels on his 02 mustang and they didnt fit, close but didnt work.

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    thats cause they are 4 1/2" on mustangs and 4 3/4" on ours

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    Yours is 5 x 4.75 bolt pattern, you already know that.

    15, 16, 17... whatever, WILL fit over the back rotor and caliper. But you will need a wheel that's spokes go away from the studs because the caliper sticks out past the font of the rotor. Convo-pro's, Torque thrusts, or just old iron spoke wheels will work, if they get far enough away from the caliper. Spacers are always an option, but people say it's not reccomended without longer studs. Just get you some Centerline Convo's 15x8.5 w/ 5" bs. 26x10 slicks.

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    Roush ??

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