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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-25-2012 Thread Starter
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1994 mustang slick size on 15's

just what size slicks and drag radials fit on a 94 mustang that's not tubbed. will be using 15 inch diameters. thanks
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tons of choices. do you have wheels?
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no wheels yet until get a idea of rear tires for the rear. i figure a 15x10 wheel should be ok. just wonder if a 28" tall and 10" width slick or radial would fit. presently has a 275x40x17 in the rear. it's about 10.5 width but it isn't very tall. the heighth is what i'm worried about.
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a 15x10 with 6.5 back spacing fits perfect. the 295/50-15 drag radial is a good fit. and if you want a true slick, the 12.50-26 e.t.street is about the same size.
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a 6.5 backspacing is a lot. sure you didn't mean 4.5?
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are you sure you have a 94? yea, i'm sure....
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Also that size tire will affect your gearing.

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thanks for the help.
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i would only run a 26 inch tall tire, that on a 15 inch wheel will work fine and the gearing will be close to wat it is with stock rims and tires

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The biggest tires I've seen on an SN95 that wasn't tubbed are 29x10.5 slicks or 325/50-15 drag radials.

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