Your ride looks amazing, do you have any drop in the front or back in these pictures?
This tells me that black will never go out of style. Your 1968 car doesn't look old, it's really beautiful.1968 Camaro SS
2) Wheel Brand
American Racing AR105 Torq Thrust M - painted gloss black
Wheel size: 17x8
Tire size: Sumitomo HTRZ II (235/45/17 , 275/40/17)
5) No clearance issue or rubbing
P.S: I'm currently looking for new set of tires Nitto/BFG, planning to also get new spring leafs with a 1.5" drop.
Question: from the looks of the photos, will I have issues going with 245/45/17 upfront? I prefer wider wheels (just for looks - street driven)
Other option is to stick with 235/45 and add wheel spacers upfront? any brand preference including how many mm?
Kinda old school here. 15x7 ralleys all around with 215/65r15 BFG front & 245/60r15 BFG rears. 1 coil removed on front & 1" lowering blocks rear. Everything else stock. No rubbing issues at all. Seems like wheel selections have passed me by 17"s seem to be pretty popular choice.
This looks excellent, the exact look I want If my ‘67. I’m getting pushback on the air shocks, everyone is like “oh don’t put those on, they’re trouble”…Have you had any leaks or issues? What brand do you have(do you know)? Thank you,Stock look here;
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Rally wheels with unknown trim rings
15x7 4.25 backspace 215/65-15 T/A's
6 cylinder springs in front, mono's in the back
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Cragar 17x8 and 18x8 4.5 backspace
235/50-17 and 255/45-18 Yokohamas
No issues or rubbing Rides better with the 15's, handles better with the 17/18's no surprise really
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225/60-15 and 295/50-15 on 15x7 and 15x10 all with 3.75 backspace
Airshocks in the back with 40lbs in them Rides and drives great, so far no rubbing