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Was sitting around the house today bored, put my new tires on to cuise around this week on Drag Radials,also had to install the battery switch on the trunck lid, Now I can pass tech.:blob
 

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Another picture.
 

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Well wouldn't you know it , you clean up your car and it begins to rain. I'll take a better picture of the rears tomorrow from work in daylight , its getting dark out.
 

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Thanks , hopefully if I get to tune the car next Saturday I'll go straight to Moroso, and see how well they hook.
 

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car looks mean.......very nice.

Pat
 

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Evolve, when did you leave, hows the car?
 

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Yea, those are BF Goodwrich Drag Radials on 15 x 10 Weld Draglites.
 

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They look great......

How much backspacing do you have on your welds? Did you have any issue with height or rubbing your tail pipes? I just measured from the ground to the outer wheel well and it's 27 inches......and the total diameter of those tires are 27.9. Don't think they'll fit on my car.... :(

Hey, what size lugs did you use on your welds. I was wondering if this is the correct size: 1.310 in. shank length, .687 in. shank diameter, 12 x 1.5 mm right hand thread, open ends with centered washers, lug nuts....
 

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The rear draglites are 15 x 10 with 6.5 backspacing.
After installing my Eibach Drag Springs I waited about 3 weeks before triming the ride height. No rubbing issues, under normal everyday driving. I use at the track 28.0 x 10.5 ET Drag slicks which are a bit bigger and after going to the track this weekend , still no rubbing issues. Oh yea , almost forgot, I had the 1/4 panels rolled in smooth to be safe.
 
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