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Astrofreak

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?????????Wheels and lug pattern

Post by Astrofreak on Tue Apr 19, 2016 6:23 pm

Hey guys
I'm recently a new proud owner of a 65' no door panel
My question to all is in order to get the proper stance I'm shooting for im going with 14s up from an some fat 15s in the rear
Can someone tell me the lug ápaterm and best size 14 to use
I'm going for that 70s street rod look
Jacked up and nose slammed
So I was thinking maybe a 215/50 14 fronts
BF Goodrich only ol' skool tire I can find with the raised white letters
And I'll go with 295/50 15 for rear
Hope to hear back
Happy to say I'm a VANNER!

Also I'm looking for a set of diamond bubbles if anyone has a lead
Thanks everyone
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Astrofreak

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?????????Wheels and lug pattern

Post by Astrofreak on Tue Apr 19, 2016 6:36 pm

Oh I forgit ask most important thing
To add on to the other questions
If I were using sizes mentioned
What would be the proper back spacing for the fronts and rears
Fronts I was thinking 14x6"
Rears 15x10"
Fronts Id like to come as close to the outer well as possible
Rear I'm going for the 2" past well look
Thanks guys
So to wrap it up
Back spacing?
Lug pattern?
And looking for a set of diamond bubbles
Or something unique mabey flames
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Barnabas
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Re: ?????????Wheels and lug pattern

Post by Barnabas on Tue May 03, 2016 9:34 pm

5-lug, 4.5" bolt circle.
back spacing should be half the rim width. Zero offset is best.

Most rims for 60s Mustangs, Mavericks, Falcons, Cougars, etc. will work.

See details about the stock rims here. http://econoline.org/tires.php
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Re: ?????????Wheels and lug pattern

Post by Seth G on Wed May 04, 2016 8:56 pm

Do you have a picture of the kind of look your going for? That would help. If your buying new rims I'd go 15" all around. Easier to find and ultimate wheel size depends on the tire anyway, and you can go to front disc's if you ever want to.

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