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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Jul 15th, 04, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
 
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I have read through the past threads without finding a for sure it fits awnser. I would like to know excatly what backspace to use on a 2nd gen (73 T/A) with a 15X10 draglite. Do I need to move springs in for sure? I cuerrently use 15X8's with 4.5 BS , I can blow off my 275-15-50 BFG Drag Radials at 60mph I need more tire!!!
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Anyone , help???
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I can't belive no one has any info on this, My understanding is 15X10 with 5" BS works on a second gen car, correct? this is without moving the springs. I just need to know what I do need to modify to fit all that under the back.
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Jeff,

This site is basically a first gen (67-69) Camaro site. We all help on any year car but the majority of the experience is in the 67-69 cars. I'd guess your offset is right, but was not positive you could get a 10" back there with any kind of tall drag tire.

There is a great site just like this one that's specifically for second gen (70-81) Camaros. I'm sure a search will give you the info you need; if not post a question, they'll help you out.

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Jody , thanks for the info, yes I know this is a 1st gen site but their is always good info here, the Wheels & Tires & Suspension Fourms are some of the best on the web. Thanks again for the info Jeff.
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