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  1. #1
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    Default Pro-touring.com's Wheel fitment database

    Click Here


    Tony Langlois
    1966 Corvair Monza


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    The wheel guide is great. Very helpfull, but,,,,,the names are cut off. I cannot view the owners of the 69 Camaro's.
    Is it my computer?

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    Default Me too!

    Quote Originally Posted by ILLEGAL69
    The wheel guide is great. Very helpfull, but,,,,,the names are cut off. I cannot view the owners of the 69 Camaro's.
    Is it my computer?
    The names are partially cutoff for me too, looks like the table formatting needs to be modified or something. As soon as I get front wheels I will submit my specs.
    Jeff
    1971 RS Camaro: PAINKILLER

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    Hey guys, we're going to totally revamp the wheel database very soon. It will be in a much better format.
    Ralph
    '68 Camaro l Project Fantom l Street Fighter
    '02 Corvette Z06 l Quicksilver Metallic l Black Int.
    '01 Camaro SS l Black l M6 l Build No. 171 l SOLD!
    '96 Tahoe Sport l 2 Door l Black l Z71 l SOLD!

    "I bleed, sir, but not killed"

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    my profile for that list has changed who should i contact to have it changed
    Nothing says "I built this" better than tool marks and dykem blue..

    Follow my 3 link build. http://www.pro-touring.com/forum/showthread.php?t=61592

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    How do I get my car on that database?

    And... it might be a good idea to have a column saying "minitubbed or modified tub" yes or no.

    That way people don't just assume a large wheel and tire package will fit a car.

    Just a thought,
    Tony Huntimer
    RaceHome.com

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    Default Big ones

    On Vince Ortiz 70 Camaro, how did he fit the 335? Mini - tubbed?
    Tom Erik Brauer
    Norway
    Scandinavia

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    Would be nice to have a column that states "Mini Tub".. Yes or No

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    I agree with the mini-tub comment , maybe leaf spring yes or no would help also...
    ProTeal55
    1955 Chevy Bel-Air 2 Door Hardtop
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington
    On Vince Ortiz 70 Camaro, how did he fit the 335? Mini - tubbed?
    Yes, that car is minitubbed.... sort of.... Well, it will be when he has time to finish it. The wheels have been mocked in place, but no work has been finished yet. He's apparently still deciding on what to put out back in terms of suspension. And that's besides the rest of the jobs he's working on. Look for MrQuick, and check his profile. I believe there's a link to his web page on there. He's got pics up.
    Allen Ortega
    Meanstreets Performance Fabrication

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    Vegetarians are the reason for global warming

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    Where do we submit tire & wheel sizes for this database?
    Scot
    86 Monte SS
    Soon to get a near 500hp LS2/T56
    http://www.pro-touring.com/showthrea...getting-an-LS2

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    if help is needed compiling a new list, i can volunteer some of my free time

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    Default wheel and tire database

    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph LoGrasso
    Hey guys, we're going to totally revamp the wheel database very soon. It will be in a much better format.
    any idea how soon this will be? this info is strictly a need to know basis
    I NEED to Know!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samckitt
    Where do we submit tire & wheel sizes for this database?

    I would also like to add mine as well.

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    very soon

    Tony Langlois
    1966 Corvair Monza

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    I appreciate all the hard work that has gone and will go into the database; however, virtually all of the backspacing specifications are followed by "?." IMHO, that makes the database of very little use, as 0.25" can make the difference between a wheel and tire being fine and not working well. Can we ask people to be more precise, or give instructions on how to measure?
    Last edited by Mkelcy; 08-15-2005 at 05:30 AM. Reason: typos

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    How can i add mine in?
    71 pontiac firebird
    19x8.5 in front, 5 1/4" backspacing 255/35/19
    19x10 in rear, 5 11/16" backspacing 295/35/19
    CCW wheels 505A's
    Not minitubbed
    cody bouc

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    Default I'll contribute

    I'll add my car to the datebase
    1971 Camaro
    1" drop springs rear
    2.5" drop springs front
    All 4 corner wheels: 16x10" 5" Backspace
    All 4 corner tires: 265/45WR16
    Had to roll the rear fender lip but otherwise fits no problem.
    1971 Camaro, 383 stroker ~500HP,M21 Trans with lightened flywheel. All Sorts of Auto-x Goodness in the Suspension. 12" Brakes ->SOLD

    But ask me about my 2004 STi Auto-x car...

    Just call me Brett

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    Hey guys,

    This is a static database that was built in MS word. Meaning, it can't be updated. However, you can add your information to this thread as some of you have done, this way others can still view it. There are plans to make a new database, but with so many other things that take priority, it is a ways off. The new car gallery will be searchable, so it will basically take the place of the database.
    Ralph
    '68 Camaro l Project Fantom l Street Fighter
    '02 Corvette Z06 l Quicksilver Metallic l Black Int.
    '01 Camaro SS l Black l M6 l Build No. 171 l SOLD!
    '96 Tahoe Sport l 2 Door l Black l Z71 l SOLD!

    "I bleed, sir, but not killed"

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    Default 1969 Camaro Back Spacing

    1969 Camaro SS 350
    10 bolt positraction rear/SSBC disc brakes front & back
    Monoleaf springs/Monroe air socks
    15x8 Torque Thrust II's with 4 1/2 backs space
    255/60 R15 BFG's on rear
    Tires are centered with no rub. Air shocks no longer necessary.
    TT II's with 4 3/4 would also work.

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