3.375" BS on 15x7 is working - Team Camaro Tech
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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Oct 5th, 07, 03:24 PM Thread Starter
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3.375" BS on 15x7 is working

The front Centerline Warriors that I needed did not offer a 4" backspace, only 3 3/8 or 5" in a 15x7.

I decided to buy one and test it with a tire mounted. I am using Yokohama YK520 225/60/15. After a couple miles of driving in different conditions, they did not rub at all. The tie rod is about 1/2" inch from the tire on my car with 2" drop spindles. I don't think thats a concern.

I am happy that this setup will work after all my efforts

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Re: 3.375" BS on 15x7 is working

Very cool!


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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old Oct 5th, 07, 07:47 PM
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Re: 3.375" BS on 15x7 is working

I have to say that it is best to use the STOCK, 2.25" FRONT SPACING to set your wheel width, then go deeper on back spacing for wider rims, IMHO....

I say this b/c my old 14" x 7", 3.5" B/S Fenton Slotted Mags w/ E-60's rubbed the wheel well lip chrome at full droop is all...............


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