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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Oct 18th, 10, 08:25 PM Thread Starter
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Big Dave
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Wheel spacers...

I may have to use spacers to gain the clearence i need for my rear wheels, about 5/16" or 3/8".

Its to clear the Wilwood calipers..

Wheels are my old Centerline auto drags' (15x8.5 x 4 7/8" Back space) which i would like to keep.
I would use billet ones of course, so:

Do you guys see any probs using them?

And i cant seem to find the 5/16" spacers in billet.
if you have a source for the 5/16" please let me know.

Im just trying to use the smallest spacer i can.
thanks. Dave.

'69 camaro, was orig SS 396 car.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old Oct 18th, 10, 08:52 PM
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Re: Wheel spacers...

I have run them for years on my car.


'69 Camaro - 429 SBC Dart Iron Eagle 9.325" block, Crower crank, Crower 6" billet rods, Ross pistons (10:1), Total Seal rings, AFR 245 heads, T&D steel body shaft rockers, Cloyes Timing set, custom ground 4-7 swap solid roller 274/286 @ .050" with .704" lift, Dart single plane, Holley Dominator EFI on E85, Injector Dynamics ID2000 Injectors, Stef's #1705R oil pan, F2 Procharger, Lemons 2" primary 4" collector, ATI 9" blower converter
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