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bad54 Offline OP
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Considering what Fla54Chevy3100 said. As stated before, I already use 235/70/15 series front and back. It was just an after thought about going to original 16" rims. So I will keep the 235/70 setup. Now I'm wondering if I really used the right title for this thread since I'm going to use camaro rear end. (LOL)

Last edited by bad54; Mon Jun 29 2009 04:06 PM.
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bad54 Offline OP
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ok everything then is kool. I will go with the 235/70 since I am already using them. Will recap all this later on.

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I put a 9 inch from a 71 F-100 6 cyl. 60.5 inches wide. most 6 cyls had low ratios, mine came with a 3.70. width is perfect.
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