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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Feb 3rd, 09, 08:15 AM Thread Starter
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Can anyone tell me if these will fit my 1969 Nova? I currently have 15 x 7 FW Rally wheels.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...3AIT&viewitem=

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I would think so - nice wheel.

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looks good!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Here's the ones they say are for your Nova... http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/15-15...mZ220352477309

Same size and they have a 4" back spacing. Look at the feedback and send messages asking other buyers what they think now that they have them...

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Re: Thinking of these wheels

Check out www.rocketracingwheels.com and the grey-spoked Boost which comes in 17's & 18's.
They have a rather unique twist on a classic 5-spoke wheel.
Contact Tim @ PRRC www.paradiseroadrc.com for some great pricing on these,they just became a Rocket dealer.
I would imagine they are priced pretty affordably,they also have the Fuel in 15's & 17's which look almost identical to what you're looking at.
Plus,their b/spacing seems more in tune with classic musclecars...

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Thanks.
Dennis, I saw the ones specifically for the Nova but they are the same as the Chevelle listing.
musclecarjohn, I am looking to stay with 15" wheels and the Rocket Fuel looks pretty good but that website (paradiseroadrc) you posted didn't lead me anywhere to price them. They are listed for $180 at the Rocket site and that is a little steep for me.

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Thanks.
Dennis, I saw the ones specifically for the Nova but they are the same as the Chevelle listing.
musclecarjohn, I am looking to stay with 15" wheels and the Rocket Fuel looks pretty good but that website (paradiseroadrc) you posted didn't lead me anywhere to price them. They are listed for $180 at the Rocket site and that is a little steep for me.
wow...a buck eighty is pretty steep for that wheel.
try Tim @ [email protected] or at (317) 541-9590...I keep forgetting their site is still under construction...maybe Tim can do better.

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I personally would go with a 15x8 with a 4.5" bs

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