yeah the rear end is stock length. if you have any questions, let me know.
I ended up having to slightly roll the rear fender lips, just a few days ago I noticed some faint marks on the tire from hitting the fender lip. if you plan on going with my set up, be prepared to roll the lips a tiny bit. if you want the same thing but no roll, then go with 275/40/17s in the rear, those will clear
Discount tire replica wheels, gun metal color - I plan on painting the car dark maroon
17x8 with 0 offset 225/45-17 on the front, had to roll the fenders (should have added offset)
17x9 with 24 offset 275/40-17 on the rear. not rolled and no problems.
My front driver tire still rubs a little when I pull in and out of the driveway. I need to work on the fender a little more. If I could, I would add a little offset to the front tires. I think the smallest offset is 24 mm, I should have gone with that. I tried the 235/45-17 tires in the front and they rubbed real bad, so we changed them out to 225/45 with a lot better results.
I am currently in Houston area. Friendswood. Just south east of Houston. I wish but i think it's a bit of drive. I am set on my last two front conversions: csrp or Chockostang. They are inexpensive which suits me because my car will be a daily driver. I've read a little bit about that eBay vendor. Got some good reviews. I need to research more for the rear conversion. My car is no car show either. It is intact but I can't wait to tear it down and start putting time and money to it.
Do you anybody that sells engine blocks? My car was originally a 390 car but now it has a 289. I'll send you some pics when I start something on my brakes.
Where in Texas are you?
I am in the Dallas FT.Worth area, specifically just south-west of DFW airport.
You can come by and look. I have my car down to a shell at the moment so you can see a lot of things you would not normally see.
So far I have not tried to install either kit, but both seem complete.
Rear kit did not come with dust shields, so I may add that at some point.