Re: American Racing CL200S Fitment
If you are getting a custom backspacing 15x8 get the 4.75 over the 4.5, it's only 1/4" but the 4.75 is a +6 offset which centers the wheel and tire equally in the wheel well. If you are dead set on 15" wheels get them, just realize the handling difference is major, all that sidewall just can't keep up with a low profile tire. I guess this begs the question; just how hard do we actually push our cars in the corners?
One more caution is the 27" tall tire will look way different on a '69 that it does on the '68, it's hard to argue with a picture of Joe's car as it's setup perfect for the wheels and tires he has on it. Just remember it's a '68. In the end it's about what you like best...
Did you see the sticky threads in this forum with the wheel and tire info by year?
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