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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old Dec 26th, 07, 06:02 PM Thread Starter
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Boyd Coddington Triumph

I'm getting very close to finishing my '67. Well........I guess they're never really finished but, you know what I mean.

I thought I'd post a couple of pics of the car with the wheels I chose.

They are Boyd Coddington "Triumph".

Front 15"x7", BFG 235/60/15 on zero (0) offset.

The rear is 15"x8" BFG255/60/15 on zero (0) offset.

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Re: Boyd Coddington Triumph

looks good! don't you mean zero offset?
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Re: Boyd Coddington Triumph

You're correct. Thanks. I made the change on the post.

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Re: Boyd Coddington Triumph

Ugh, it's missing it's soul (it's wing windows)..... Nice car

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Re: Boyd Coddington Triumph

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Ugh, it's missing it's soul (it's wing windows)..... Nice car

LOL........Yeah, they'll be in the car soon. I'm working on the interior now.

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Re: Boyd Coddington Triumph

Looks great, I would lower the front about 2 inches or so.


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Looks great, I would lower the front about 2 inches or so.

I agree 100%. I've already dropped the rear 2" and the front 1" . I didn't want to get too crazy initially. I thought I'd get the car together, let the springs settle under the full weight of the car then, if it still sits a little tall in the front, I'll install some drop spindles. I've already seen a slight difference in the ride height on the front end and I haven't even had it out on the road yet.

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