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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Jun 4th, 17, 09:31 AM Thread Starter
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what would it take to run 15x10 on my 67 camaro?

I'm doing another street car its a 67 Camaro will have stock width rearend and I have a set of mint 15x10 centerlines with 51/2 in back space do not want to mini tub or cut fenders, will these fit ? if sold I need to use a short shackle? or airshocks to raise rear alittle? or will they ? no one will be in rear seat as it will be removed,
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Re: what would it take to run 15x10 on my 67 camaro?

tires on 15x10 centerlines are 275-60-15
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Re: what would it take to run 15x10 on my 67 camaro?

I don't think it can be done without rubbing unless you lift the rear up a couple to a few inches to clear the outer fender wells.

Here is a link that may help. https://www.camaros.net/forums/17-whe...fitment-2.html
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Re: what would it take to run 15x10 on my 67 camaro?

No mini tubs, no fit.
If you measure from wheel mounting surface to inner wheel well....its about 6" and from wheel mounting surface to outer wheel well lip its about 5".

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Re: what would it take to run 15x10 on my 67 camaro?

this is a 68 with shackes with 15X10 centerline , I am old school !!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: what would it take to run 15x10 on my 67 camaro?

I was able to get 295/50R/15's mounted on 15X10's on my car with a stock rear. I did have multi-leaf springs and did not have shackles but did have air shocks that I eventually changed out to coil over shocks in the rear. The tires did stick out a little but I never had any rubbing issues.
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Re: what would it take to run 15x10 on my 67 camaro?

I have a pair of those for sale!!! Modernize the old dog!!
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Re: what would it take to run 15x10 on my 67 camaro?

I have 15x10 centerlines on my 67. 3-1/2" back space. Lifted with air shocks, but my 28x10.5 slicks don't rub.

I don't think the 5-1/2 back space will even come close. Maybe a 4-1/2 back space with shocks relocated.
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