Mini Tubbing A 70 Nova

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Re: Mini Tubbing A 70 Nova

#31 Post by dms2871 » Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:10 pm

supernova wrote:I have 275/60/15 drag radials that are 28" tall, 10.5" wide on a 10" rim with 5.5" back spacing with nothing removed, moved or cut.

you no longer have this set up? i believe it will work on mine too then i didnt cut any thing yet. you said at that time you didnt cut anything or move anything. what about now what are you running

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Re: Mini Tubbing A 70 Nova

#32 Post by dms2871 » Wed Aug 10, 2011 11:45 pm

supernova wrote:I have 275/60/15 drag radials that are 28" tall, 10.5" wide on a 10" rim with 5.5" back spacing with nothing removed, moved or cut.
oh yeah what rim make are these thanks

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Re: Mini Tubbing A 70 Nova

#33 Post by supernova » Thu Aug 11, 2011 5:01 am

Weld Pro Stars. 10/15 with 5.50 back spacing. My rear end is not stock width though. it's Ford 9" that had to be cut down......
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Re: Mini Tubbing A 70 Nova

#34 Post by dms2871 » Thu Aug 11, 2011 1:38 pm

supernova wrote:Weld Pro Stars. 10/15 with 5.50 back spacing. My rear end is not stock width though. it's Ford 9" that had to be cut down......
i meant before. did you cut the axle down i understood you had those rims and tires on it before you cut the ale

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Re: Mini Tubbing A 70 Nova

#35 Post by chpcamaro » Sun Aug 21, 2011 10:58 am

if your running a stock width rear end you need a 6.5 back spacing on a 10 wide rim if we are talking a mini tubed car
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Re: Mini Tubbing A 70 Nova

#36 Post by dms2871 » Tue Aug 23, 2011 5:04 pm

yes i was talking mini tubed with the shocks and leaf springs moved inboard

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Re: Mini Tubbing A 70 Nova

#37 Post by dms2871 » Wed Jul 06, 2016 9:06 pm

supernova wrote:I have 275/60/15 drag radials that are 28" tall, 10.5" wide on a 10" rim with 5.5" back spacing with nothing removed, moved or cut.

So you never mini tubbed or moved leaf springs inboard

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Re: Mini Tubbing A 70 Nova

#38 Post by supernova » Mon Jul 11, 2016 4:34 am

nope !
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