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Anyone running 15's on the rear and 14's on the front ? Any pics ? Theres some TTD's for sale local to me and was interested to see what the combo would look like , thanks
 

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I did in the '70's, looked good then...
Yep, if you had a Mustang and were a fan of Gas Rhonda that was the way to go.
 

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I had a Dart that came with a 5x4 bolt pattern. At that time aftermarket wheels or factory rally wheels were non-existent.

I found a set of chrome 13x5 and 14x6 wheels on a JY car with baby moons.

I slapped on a set of B70-13 and E70-14 tires, it looked pretty good, had a nice rake. Too bad I don't have any pics.
 

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My Mach1 had that combo when I bought it. 245/60-15 on the back, 215/60-14 on the front.
I wasn’t crazy about it so I got a set of 15x7 for the front.
Currently the car has 15x8 Magnums 255/60-15 on the rear and 15x7 235/60-15 on the front.
This is with the 15/14 combo when I bought it.
Wheel Tire Vehicle Car Hood
 

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Old post but here is my 79 and 67 S code circa 93? It had 14/15” magnums

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I like staggered wheel sizes.

You young pups are spoiled in that there are an infinite amount of tire and wheel choices.

Back in our time we had to work with what we had.
 
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