It will be an all-out race car when he runs the rubber-band sidewalls
required with 18" rims.
Photo shows vintage B302 trans am front brakes on my cars. Only
15" rims required. With only standard brake pads, deceleration is
immediate & impressive..... like dragging an aircraft carrier anchor.
An 8" wide rim will fit, but requires around a 4.5" BS and PROBABLY
an aftermarket upper arm. (upper ball joint clearance needs some
scrutiny with the intended wheel choice)
ex-Global West GM
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Last edited by GT289; 02-19-2017 at 11:16 AM.