On the front, I had to add spacers, and grind my calipers. BUT when I added the adapters, I noticed my wheel studs were TOO SHORT. They didnt reach thru enuff for me to tighten my lug nuts complete on. So I bought a complete new set on longer studs, the same size and beat the old ones out and the new ones back in :cheesy:
On the passenger side rear, my 78 rubs when I go over a bump, but I will be grinding down the inner fender lip this week to correct that.
Last edited by Top_Dog_Calistyle at Sep 14 2003, 11:54 PM
can't really cut much cut the 13's tuck right up in there and rub on the rear quarter panel......so unless you want a hole in the quarter ......but thats only if you drop it alot they will work fine at stock height
Originally posted by Royal Homie+Sep 15 2003, 01:14 AM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Royal Homie @ Sep 15 2003, 01:14 AM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--droppen98@Sep 14 2003, 02:35 PM will they fit or will i have to trim the the inner wheel well
I HAVE HERE A E&G CONTINENTAL KIT LIKE NEW NEVER BEEN MOUNTED ON ANYTHING HAS CLOTH AROUND THE CHROME LOOKS AND SHINES GOOD THE BACK UP LIGTH PERFECT.HAS THE ELECTRIC WIRE FOR THE TRUNK.
NEEDS TO GO,ALL GOOD OFFERS ARE WELCOME THE HIGHEST POSTER GETS TO TAKE IT.BUT I REALLY WOULD LIKE TO GET...
I'm kind a new to this wheel/tire thing so got to ask something that might be basics, also living outside of US and lowriders not so common here.
I got '76 Coupe Deville which is a 5000+ lbs car so that's 1250 for a wheel. Also got 14x7 daytons with reverse offsets that I need tires...