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Old 03-07-2006, 07:54 AM   #1
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Was wanting to see pics of cars with 29.5x10.5w slicks . What is all needed to make it fit .I know you need to mini-tub the car and trim the rear bumper but what about the front side of the quarter panel does it need to be cut as well. If it does need to be cut what is the best way to do so . Any pics would be great.
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You must cut a ton off the front side of the panel, remember this tire will grow alot at speed and you will probably need about 1 1/2 in. clearence or more. Also do not run this tire on a 10in. rim your car will be very unstable at high speeds, a 12 inch rim is a must. Trust me we ran this thing for a whole year wondering why the car would move all over the place at 150+ giving you the sensation that your spinning the tires when it's just shifting around on too small a rim. If you want my honest opinion dont run this tire, just use a true 29.5x10.5 you'll go just as fast!!
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Old 03-07-2006, 11:26 PM   #3
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Is that the tire you have on your car is a non w 29. Thanks for the information man. ON a non w 29 should you run a 10 inch rim.
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