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Ronny
02-22-2007, 03:53 PM
Hi! I`m planning to order some wheels for an "1975" Camaro this weekend.
Someone who can help me with the backspace, want as fat lip as possibel..

18x8 front and 20x10 rears.. it will also get Air Ride so want it to be low/ tuck the wheels..

http://www.moldestuket.com/eddieccinfo.jpg

DriverzInc
02-22-2007, 10:17 PM
Curious, what wheels are you ordering? Whatever it is, we can help. Backspacing is not a problem at all. Check out our website, www.driverzinc.com, and feel free to call to talk.

Ronny
02-26-2007, 10:51 AM
Anyone? Have not order the wheels yet..

syborg tt
02-26-2007, 01:38 PM
I would suggest that you measure the wheel wells to see how large of a tire you can fit in there. Then order a Tire based off of that info.

Once you determine the max tire width & Height. Then you can consider a rim and it's width that is needed. As with most 20" Tires they are very tall.

275/35ZR20
Rim Width 9 -11
Tread Width 10.9 on 9.5
Tire Height 27.6

285/30ZR20/XL
Rim Width 9.5 - 10.5
Tread Width 11.5 on 10
Tire Height 26.7

285/30ZR20 (( not that wide but it's a decent height ))
Rim Width 8 - 11'
Tread Width 11.4 on 10
Tire Height 26.8

285/55R20/XL
Rim Width 8 - 10'
Tread Width 11.2 on 9
Tire Height 32.3

295/40ZR20
Rim Width 10 - 11.5
Tread Width 12 on 10.5
Tire Height 29.5

295/45R20/XL
Rim Width 9.5 - 11
Tread Width 11.6 on 10
Tire Height 30.5

Once you have the tire determined / selected you pick the rim. If you want the deep dish look that all depends on the width of your rear end (not your girlfriends either). If you ride has a wide rear end that you may not be able to get a deep dish without narrowing the rear end. Which may i add is much easier to narrow then your girlfriends rear end. It's seems to be even harder with your wife rear end.

Okay enough of my banter. I hope this helps

Ronny
07-21-2007, 03:32 PM
I know this tread is old, but I just want to thank Syborg TT for his help :)

Ordered the wheels about 4 months ago, and finally got them this thursday.. I`ve ordered 18x8 and 20x10, but the rims I`ve got was wrong, got 20x8,5 in the rears..
Dont want to wait 4 new months for other wheels so I just mounted them..

syborg tt
07-24-2007, 12:26 PM
I know this tread is old, but I just want to thank Syborg TT for his help :)


your welcome - post up some new pics please.

Bowtieracing
07-25-2007, 12:07 PM
Ordered the wheels about 4 months ago, and finally got them this thursday.. I`ve ordered 18x8 and 20x10, but the rims I`ve got was wrong, got 20x8,5 in the rears..
Dont want to wait 4 new months for other wheels so I just mounted them..


How this sounds soooooooo familiar...:rolleyes:

But still we want to see some pics Ronny!

musclecarjohn
07-25-2007, 12:18 PM
Yeah...pics please.
Bummer about your 20x10's.I bought a pair of 20x8's from a guy who was going to run them on his El Camino but never did...I found them to be too skinny looking for my tastes.

I think I'm going to shelve my 20" dreams...

Ronny
07-09-2008, 10:17 AM
Have 2 very bad pics...
http://www.moldestuket.com/shownshine36.JPG
http://www.moldestuket.com/oysteincambig.jpg

Cread01
07-10-2008, 04:05 AM
from a distance it looks sick. I am thinking about going with the same combo of sizes on my camaro. except for 10" wide. got any better shots?

BABY-BLUE-GEN2
08-19-2008, 10:53 PM
Hey Ron !! Your ride looks sweet ! would you be able to tell me your back spacing please and did you modify your rear wheel housings ?
Thanks !

Modmach1
08-20-2008, 05:34 AM
I have some better pictures at home, i can post them later :thumbsup:
I love this car!