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    1. #1
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      265 35 18 295 35 18

      anyone running these sizes on a 68 camaro?

    2. #2
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      or 305 35 18 on the rear?



    3. #3
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      Are you running a stock subframe? And are you mini-tubing the rear?

      I'm curious on people's responses as I haven't heard anyone running that size on the front without an aftermarket subframe, or limiting turning radius and/or modifying the inner fenders. On the rear the largest I've heard without tubbing are 285s.
      Red Forman: "The Mustang's front end is problematic; get yourself a Firebird."

    4. #4
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      tubbed rear and trueturn sub

    5. #5
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      bump

    6. #6
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      I ran 255's and 295's. OEM subframe and tubs in rear. Im currently notching the subframe to fit 275's and goin to 315's in the rear
      Last edited by paint2361; 12-23-2020 at 01:10 PM.

    7. #7
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      any pics?

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      Quote Originally Posted by paint2361 View Post
      I ran 255's and 295's. OEM subframe and tubs in rear. Im currently notching the subframe to fit 275's and goin to 315's in the rear
      any pictures?

    8. #8
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      Before I mini tubbed mine, I ran 275/40-17 drag radials in the back and 245/40-17ís in the front with a stock subframe. After updating the car with mini tubs, LS, T56 and full DSE suspension front and rear, I run 315/30-18 in the back and 275/35-18 in the front. I donít have rubbing issues or limited turn radius but in order to eliminate rubbing on the front during autocross events, I had to switch to Anvil carbon inner fenders. For normal street driving, there wasnít much of an issue but under hard cornering/braking, it rubbed like crazy. Hereís some pics, before and after.
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      Shane
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      68 Camaro build thread:
      http://lateral-g.net/forums/showthread.php?t=56387

    9. #9
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      Quote Originally Posted by Gmachine1911 View Post
      Before I mini tubbed mine, I ran 275/40-17 drag radials in the back and 245/40-17’s in the front with a stock subframe. After updating the car with mini tubs, LS, T56 and full DSE suspension front and rear, I run 315/30-18 in the back and 275/35-18 in the front. I don’t have rubbing issues or limited turn radius but in order to eliminate rubbing on the front during autocross events, I had to switch to Anvil carbon inner fenders. For normal street driving, there wasn’t much of an issue but under hard cornering/braking, it rubbed like crazy. Here’s some pics, before and after.
      nice ,good looking car

    10. #10
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      bump

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