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I'm trying to figure out how wide I can go without any real problems

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Ive had 295/50/15's on a 91 GT.No rubbing at all. I did roll the fenders to be safe

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That was on 8" wide draglites with 5.5" b.s. What wheel size and backspacing?

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I'm trying to keep the stock turbine wheels I'm got 245/60/15 on the back right now so they don't help to put power to ground

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I'm trying to keep the stock turbine wheels I'm got 245/60/15 on the back right now so they don't help to put power to ground

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When it comes to putting the power down, tires and suspension are everything. Unless you just REALLY love the turbine wheels, I'd scour the local forums and craigslist to find a deal on some wider wheels. I've pulled a wheelie on my '92 Fox with UPR suspension, 15x10 wheels, and 26x10 slicks, and they clear the fender & wheelwell very easily!
 

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shouldve put that in the first pist. Theres only so much you can do with the turbines

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Well I wanted to keep a low profile but it hard to with loud pipes so I guess I might as well go and get wide wheels to get going. Didn't want to do the lug conversion kuz I got drag wheels that my pops is giving me there 10" wide on back and skinny fronts

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