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    whats better if u do alot of drivin, long travel, 13's or 14's??
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    Originally posted by SwitchHitter@Aug 12 2007, 02:20 PM~8535406

    i have 14x7 in the front and 14x6's in the back... and one in the back still rubs a little.....i'am now selling them and want 13's.... so anyone..pm me
    wow that looks exactly like mines
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    Originally posted by TwOtYme@May 28 2005, 03:29 PM~3194507
    13x7 daytons ,used spacers up front and shaved a little on the inside on the rear skirt and ready to roll! just put them on yesterday!
    three years and three sets of tires later still rollin on 13x7 88spoke stamped daytons......

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    Originally posted by shorty rocks@Jun 27 2008, 01:30 AM~10961289
    whats better if u do alot of drivin, long travel, 13's or 14's??
    14s.. for long trips... that's just me tho....

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    ANYONE ELSE,...WHUS BETTER FOR DAILY DRIVIN AND LONG TRIPS,,,13'S OR 14'S??
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    Originally posted by shorty rocks@Jun 27 2008, 11:24 PM~10967539
    ANYONE ELSE,...WHUS BETTER FOR DAILY DRIVIN AND LONG TRIPS,,,13'S OR 14'S??
    they are both not good for your transmission,
    your cars programmed for a certain wheel diameter, so youll notice when your driving your rear end will kick forward, youll hear it (in mine it occurs about 45-50mph).
    u can have ur tranny re-programmed so ur spedometer will read accurate and shit.

    but besides that, 1 inch isnt going to make much a difference in your handling or anything else besides looks

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    Originally posted by Skim@Jul 5 2005, 10:04 AM~3364484
    Ok not to beat a dead horse but heres my problem still. After all the necessary shaving,Â* that passenger rear is rubbing on the inside of the wheel well towards the front where the stamping for the door pocket sits into. I just talked to somebody on sunday who said he had to trim out the metal on the inside of the inner wheel well but warned me against this because he said the metal being cut caused him to pop 2 tires already. I have tried hammering it in but its on a curved body stamping and it wont budge at all. I dont want to risk slicing my sidewalls with jagged metal but its automatically giving me a fat white wall back there. Any suggestions would be appreciated!!!!
    check your airshock, i had a simular issue and it was due to the fact that the air shock on one side was disconnected... its just a lil rubber hose u gotta re-connect

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    I ride 14x7 Dz on my 93 everyday driver 50 miles or so i cut the tabs on the skirts and no rubbing except when I'm going in my driveway at an angle even then it's slight rubbing

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    20140216_160136.jpg 13×7 cut d tabs no problems.
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    Nice looks good

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    I have some 13" daytons on mine and I had to do the following: add spacers to front wheels and grind the tabs on the skirts. Rides good and doesnt rub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LA COUNTY View Post
    Attachment 1104842 13×7 cut d tabs no problems.
    That car sits nice bro! Do you have a pic of the tabs that you have to cut ? That will be my first thing to do when all this snow is gone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold86 View Post
    I have some 13" daytons on mine and I had to do the following: add spacers to front wheels and grind the tabs on the skirts. Rides good and doesnt rub.
    Hey Bro can you tell me what size spacers you used ? Thanks
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    I just bought some 13x7 for my 96 spacers in the front shaved the clips in the rear and done. USA made not Chinas.

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    7/32" spacer will work or 1/2" will work, just slap em on the fronts... shave the rear tabs and grind a little on the skirts, I just did both sides just in case... im on chinas too, its only a fleetwood... =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by crooks808 View Post
    7/32" spacer will work or 1/2" will work, just slap em on the fronts... shave the rear tabs and grind a little on the skirts, I just did both sides just in case... im on chinas too, its only a fleetwood... =)
    Good to know Thanks Bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad company View Post
    That car sits nice bro! Do you have a pic of the tabs that you have to cut ? That will be my first thing to do when all this snow is gone!
    Sure here you go 20120102_095627.jpg20120102_095508.jpg20120102_095457.jpg does are the tabs you have to cut off all the way down as much as possible be careful not to go thru the skirt. And thanks.
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    So do og dayton 14x7 fit without modifcations? Not china or zenith DAYTON ?

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