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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Oct 20th, 06, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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15 x 10 Centerline, Will they fit ?

I have a set of 15 X 10 Centerlines with a 3 5/16 back spacing. Will these fit on my stock 69 camaro and what size of tire can I run on these? It doesn't matter if they stick out of the fenderwells but I'd like to keep them from rubbing.

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Re: 15 x 10 Centerline, Will they fit ?

I run 17x 9.5 with a 5.75 backspace and they are inside the wheelwell . I don't like when they stick out .
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Re: 15 x 10 Centerline, Will they fit ?

I'm running the same wheels but with 4-3/4" back spacing with 28" X 10" slicks or 265/50/15 radials. You will have to raise the back of the car to get it to clear the tires, which is not desirable. You need more back spacing.

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Re: 15 x 10 Centerline, Will they fit ?

which is not desirable. LOL agree
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Re: 15 x 10 Centerline, Will they fit ?

so a 15x10 with 4 3/5 back space will fit in the wheel well of a first gen?
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