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I have a 69 Nova that I'm doing a complete restoration on and I am putting the front frame back together. I also switched out the old drum brakes in the front for some disc brakes. I have purchased a set of 18x9 Foose Legend rims that look amazing setting up beside the car. When I mounted the front tire on the disc brakes I noticed that the rim hits the top control car when I turn the wheels with the tie rod bar. What should I do to fix this problem? I tried a 5/16" spacer but that doesn't seem to help. Should I mount an adapter to the disc nub to push the rim out a little further? I don't want the tires to stick out deyond the fenders either. If I do this will it cause problems later since I will have over 400 horses under the hood. What do you sugguest?
 
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