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Old 10-09-2012, 02:52 PM   #36
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Very nice daddy! I can't wait to see that. That first start is just the ultimate. Good luck. You planning on putting that car on a road track or just 1/4 mile? Either way you should have a pretty tight setup.

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Here's my first start video.....
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Old 10-09-2012, 08:25 PM   #37
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Nice! That's what I'm talking about. I need people's opinions and actual examples of parts that you guys use. I think I'll go with the thrust rims 15" and if I go with 17's the vn500's. I really like those vn's. And are we talking about power disc breaks?? I've seen guys just change up the drums for just simple disc and no power. What do you guys think?

As for suspension I will drop the car about an inch to inch and a half and my buddy told me to install a panhard bar in the rear. Very good stabilizer. Any of you guys have some type of frame connectors on ? And if so what is the best? I've seen the "X" type and then the simpler designs.
When you do put those wheels on can you post the tire sizes and back spacing.... I've been lookin into how big of a tire I can run on my 68 for awhile
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Old 10-09-2012, 11:06 PM   #38
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When you do put those wheels on can you post the tire sizes and back spacing.... I've been lookin into how big of a tire I can run on my 68 for awhile
Sure brother. Don't quote me on this but I think my buddy that also has a 67 had 17's on, 275 in the rear and 245 in front. I'll ask him tomorrow.
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I have a 68 coupe and i have 17x8s all the way around with 00mm offset and the are fine not even close to rubbing even with the front lowered
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Ok then sounds good... Guess I'm good for 15 by 8.5's then
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