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  • Would 315/35/17 fit on the back of a 77 T/A with Stock suspension?

    I have a set of 17 inch torque thrust, and I was wanting to run 225/45/17 on the front, and then try and stuff 315/35/17 under the rear. Would I have alot of rubbing issues?

  • #2
    Re: Would 315/35/17 fit on the back of a 77 T/A with Stock suspension?

    Yes. Because that's what I have. Needs 6" backspace on an 11" wheel

    posted with love,
    The Lord of Hardcore
    -Mike

    This is not something you buy. It's Something you Build!

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    • #3
      What if my rear wheels are 12"? would I need to buy spacers?

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      • #4
        Re: Would 315/35/17 fit on the back of a 77 T/A with Stock suspension?

        No. Should be OK. The seat belt bump will touch first. May need to beat that in.

        posted with love,
        The Lord of Hardcore
        -Mike

        This is not something you buy. It's Something you Build!

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        • #5
          Of course it depends on the backspacing of your 12" rim.
          I'm the Rick in prick.

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          • #6
            Alright sweet! I've actually changed my mind on what I'm running though, after looking at alot of other T/A's, I've decided to run the 15x8 Rally II's I have, and from what I've seen, I'm going to try and run 245/60 up front, and then see if I can stuff 295/50's in the back. I might have to hammer in the seatbelt bump though. But thanks for the help! I try and put a picture up once I get them on there.

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            • #7
              Re: Would 315/35/17 fit on the back of a 77 T/A with Stock suspension?

              Year One has some nice 16" and 17" rally IIs also. Has that stock look, with more modern mixed. Not to be confused with the 20" wagon wheels people DONK their cars with.

              From a Remote Destination....
              - Christopher - They call me Devil Beard

              Hoarder of various 2nd gen Trans Ams and Firebirds/ 73-77

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              • #8
                Haha, well those 17" Rally II's would be ideal.... except for the fact that I'm a 17 year old getting by on minimum wage.... so I'll take what I can get haha

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                • #9
                  Re: Would 315/35/17 fit on the back of a 77 T/A with Stock suspension?

                  Extra allowance money?

                  From a Remote Destination....
                  - Christopher - They call me Devil Beard

                  Hoarder of various 2nd gen Trans Ams and Firebirds/ 73-77

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                  • #10
                    Hahaha, I wish! no no, my parents were never the allowance type.

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                    • #11
                      Smart parents.
                      I'm the Rick in prick.

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                      • #12
                        They allowed you to eat all their food,live in their house etc.. Work,it does a society good.
                        72 Luxury Lemans nicely equipped!

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                        • #13
                          Yeah, see how much good I'm doing for society here at work. Right now. At this very moment.
                          I'm the Rick in prick.

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                          • #14
                            Another quick question, I was thinking about ordering some Lakewood Traction Bars, are those going to interfere or rub with the 295/50's in the back?

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                            • #15
                              Re: Would 315/35/17 fit on the back of a 77 T/A with Stock suspension?

                              No , but they are gay.

                              posted with love,
                              The Lord of Hardcore
                              -Mike

                              This is not something you buy. It's Something you Build!

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