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Dodgestang's wheel and tire chart

Can dodgestang's wheel and tire chart be viewed anywhere?

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Can dodgestang's wheel and tire chart be viewed anywhere?
Shoot J, you can just google it and "voila".

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Shoot J, you can just google it and "voila".
every time I google it I get an error 404.
http://www.dodgestang.com/Tire%20Fit...ide%2067-8.pdf

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I believe i seen on Facebook he removed it. It's on the Vintage Mustang Forum page the story.

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Hmm. Must have been recently removed, just viewed it not long ago.

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I went and got an HTML version that Google had cached. It's not as clear as the PDF but it will get the job done. Get yours while you still can.

I guess this is a lesson. Don't take it for granted that information will always be available on the internet. After looking at those charts 678 times I probably should have saved a copy of the PDF. Oops.
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I went and got an HTML version that Google had cached. It's not as clear as the PDF but it will get the job done. Get yours while you still can.

I guess this is a lesson. Don't take it for granted that information will always be available on the internet. After looking at those charts 678 times I probably should have saved a copy of the PDF. Oops.
I printed it out a few years ago and stuck it in my ever growing library of info. Old fashioned I am.

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Here is a wheel chart I saved.
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Here is a wheel chart I saved.
Good chart, and 22GT has posted one from Halibrand that includes acceptable tire sizes in the past. Dodgestang's chart includes how far you can "push the envelope" given different springs and drops though. Not a be-all/do-all but helpful for those who want to stuff as much rubber as possible under their cars.

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Yeah I keep getting the same error. Wish I would have saved it. Anyone have a PDF of it they can post?
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I found the one for 1965-66, luckily someone archived it (click on March 22, 2016) https://web.archive.org/web/20160501...ide%2065-6.pdf
If you have the exact link for the other chart you could try and see if its been archived before, I don't have it so I couldn't check for you.
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As a service to its members, this site should publish it, or have a link to it.

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As a service to its members, this site should publish it, or have a link to it.
Dodgestang went to the trouble of compiling it so I would say it's up to him. It would not surprise me if he yanked it due to the constant questions it generated his way over time.

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As I recall He had an issue with some people having a problem with the chart and took it down

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I found an address that leads to a pdf you can download for 65/66:

http://www.mustangv8.com/fr/pneus-et...;attach=236744
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