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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 12-26-2010, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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MT Drag Radials. With they fit a Foxbody?

I have a set of almost new MT Drag Radials 315/50 R15. Will these tires fit in a stock 93 notch back wheel well?

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Thanks for the reply.. What modificaitons need to be done? Are we talking minitub or just roll the inside of the fenders maybe?

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I have a 295/65/15 tucked in my car without any mods except for beating the inner fenders with a heavy hammer and rolling the fender lips.
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To quote a wizened (famous) custom car builder when asked on how wide a tire and wheel he likes to run, he replied, "If it don't rub it ain't wide enough" lol.
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on the absolute perfect wheel offset.. some heavy heavy beating to inner fenders.. and fender rolling on lip.. and car being lowered to the perfect spot to where the tire sits above the shock mounting point on the body that you cant really beat in.. it just will clear.. sitting still.. lol..
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