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Old Jun 7th, 19, 01:08 AM
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Default 67 nova tire size

a 1967 nova with a early tci Mustang 2 rack and pinion with 2 inch drop spindles which size of tire on front with 15x7 inch rally wheels with 3 3/4 back space which size of tire would ft the best 205-60 15 or 205-70-15 ?
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Old Jun 7th, 19, 01:21 PM
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Default Re: 67 nova tire size

I can not answer your question because I don't have an old TCI front end under a '67 Chevy II I no longer own (I used a Ford Econoline cast iron Straight axle under my front end after I tore the drivers side wheel and suspension off the car.

You can try the 60 and see if it rubs, or measure thae amount of rom you have for any wheel size, back spacing, tire size with tool:


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Old Jun 13th, 19, 06:39 PM
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Going to be difficult to get any relationship for size on your specific application. Cut a plywood circle to mount on the hub and use that for fitment turning the wheel in and out and loading up for bump and dip.
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