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Old 04-01-2012, 04:55 PM   #1
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I know they just came out with the 15x10's for the F-bodys, but do the 15x3 1/2's fit without rub? BTW, stock calipers.
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those have been out for awhile, they say if you get the f body ones you dont need to grind, i have seen you still might have to shave just a lil, imo ill grind instead of paying the f body price
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good point there sir, didn't even look at the price difference.
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Still have to grind the caliper or run a spacer on the front. I have ran the F-Body specific rears with LS and LT rear brakes with no clearance issues

FWIW: I am running 15x4s with 1.625" backspacing
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I also have f-body specific rears and I did not have to grind the calipers at all. I have not put on the fronts yet but grinding is supposed to be minimal.
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