|08-23-2001, 09:48 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2001
Location: New England, USA
Torque Thrust Two's on a 67 FastBack
Picked up a set of polished aluminum torque thrust 2's today. 17x7 up front with 4-1/4 back spacing and 17x8 in the rear with 4- 3/4 back spacing. Now I need some tires. I was thinking about 225 30 zr17 in front and 245 35 zr17 in the rear. The car has rear mid-eye lowered springs and 620 springs in front, lowers the car 1 inch all around. Any thoughts on what brands or sizes? Thanks....FastBack Pony
|08-24-2001, 12:41 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2000
Location: So. Cal.
I rum 17x8's with 235/45 front 245/45 rear on my 66. I'm lowered about 1.5" all around. I run Kumho ECSTA 712's. They are great tires and a great price(about $100 each through tirerack.com). Try tirerack.com, you can search different manufacturers and tires and check out they're specs.
Also, just a helpful tip: Polish the rims and get them CLEAR powder coated. They will come sparkling clean with just washing. No polishing every other day.
347 (Coast High short block), 279/284, TFS TW heads, Stealth, 750 Holley, Flowtech hdrs, Dr. Gas X, 2 Chmbr Flowmaster, MSD 6AL-Dist.& SS coil, March serpentine pulley system, Art Carr C-4 (Soon to be a Richmond 6 spd), Currie 9" w/3.50, alum Drv Shft, susp mods, Total Control subframes & tower braces, Trans Am Racing power dual master, 4 wheel disc, 17x8 Torqthrust II's
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