Originally posted by ghost211+Sep 15 2003, 08:31 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (ghost211 @ Sep 15 2003, 08:31 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'><!--QuoteBegin--RobLBC@Sep 15 2003, 09:18 PM Yes a 14x6 reverse with a 175/70/14 or 175/75/14 tire will work fine.
thanks for the reply my friend wants to know if everyone sells the 14x6 reverse and if they still have the same look as a 14x7[/b][/quote]
14x6 looks the same pretty much, but they will be more expensive!
on a 93 -96 big body i would use 14x7 standards.when i took my ride to get juiced i wanted rims as well,so i went with 14x7 standard,with a little triming on the inside of the skirts.i never had any problems,and it would lay all the way down with out rubbing on the tire.
Originally posted by crenshaw magraw@Sep 16 2003, 04:08 PM on a 93 -96 big body i would use 14x7 standards.when i took my ride to get juiced i wanted rims as well,so i went with 14x7 standard,with a little triming on the inside of the skirts.i never had any problems,and it would lay all the way down with out rubbing on the tire.
I tried to put on my 14x7 standards and the rear ones went on fine. the car is front wheel drive so the calipers in the front were too big, i grinded them and used 1/4 in. spacers the wheels go on but as soon as you start to tighten the knock off with the hammer they start locking up. the car...
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