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So I think we can all agree that not just the rims and tires but also stance of a car can make or break it. I just redid the entire suspension on my 68' coupe with the upgraded 5 leaf springs in the back and 620 drop springs in the front, big sway bars front and rear, subframe connectors and shelby traction bars (night and day difference from the old stock stuff) so now it's on to rims and tires. found these guys "custom wheels market on ebay with a 15x7/8 torque thrust d combo and 215/65/15 and 245/60/15, front bs is 4 in. and the rear is 4.5 in. Was just wondering if anyone has pics of this rim and tire combo or something close to gauge how the car will sit. that nostalgic nose down, *** up look is what I'm wanting to end up with.

Also if any one can tell me how big I can go on the tire width for the front and back. here is the link of that combo. Thanks in advance for the help guys.

15x7"/8" Black Wheels BFG Tires 21565-24560 for Mustang - eBay (item 390293745947 end time Mar-31-11 14:29:17 PDT)
 

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TT2 15x7 all the way around. 3.75" BS 245/60 in back 215/65 in front. Had to roll rear fenders. If you went with 15x7 4" BS you would be ok without rolling i think. 15x8 at 4.5" would probably require rolling.

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