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Old 03-16-2007, 12:58 PM   #1
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I am looking at getting a set of wheels for the track and i am leaning towards the prostars. what size and backspacing is everyone using? I am thinking about the 15x10's on the rear and i am not sure about the skinnies for the front....what is everyone using?

any other modifications besides the caliper grinding that i will need to do?

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5.5" bs on a 15x8, 7.5" on a 15x10. On the front it's the 15x3.5 with 1.75" bs. Depending on how big of a tire you run, you may not have to do anything. Most 26" tires won't require any mods.
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Your going to have to grind your calipers.
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Go to and go to the Wheel/Tire FAQ sticky. There is a detailed section written by Injuneer on getting Weld wheels on. Actually it's for LT1s but the same principals basically apply.
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