Thanks man! My louvers are the E&G Classics louvers (E&G Classics® - Rear Window Louvers). I think they look great (otherwise I wouldn't have them I guess haha), but being plastic I consider them somewhat disposable. My first set lasted about 2 years at which point the middle vertical support on the lowest fin broke. Couldn't get glue to stick, so I ended up buying another set and we're one year into that set with no issues.PrestonRT, looks good!
And what louvers do you have on? How are they?
Fuuuuuuuuudge, does that look COOL!
First time around four 325/30's. I know they are shorter and CUP 2's come in that size, that works good for starters.DGatzby, what tire size do you have planned for the front, once your 12 inch wide wheels arrive?
By chance, can you confirm 315/35/20 tire fitment "square" on stock Widebody car and wheels w/stock suspension?
I know that is not what you are running, but it looks like you have done some homework on tire fitment options.
Hey G...what are you going to do with your Us Mag 5 spoke deep dish [email protected]#...im interested...vfFor those who want to know, Triumph Performance has the secret sauce. This trial wheel/tire shows a 325/30 Cup 2 on a 12" wide rim. Will fit front and back as shown. He tucked some big rubber under those potentially ugly flairs! I am using the set for road course use. Can have pictures of the car with the complete set in a couple of weeks, IF we can get it outside for photos in what remains of the MN winter. So now, us Widebody owners can have 12" all around!! Let the rubber hit the road.
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Thanks for asking. The "new" rims and tires are basically exclusively for my track use. I am blessed and fortunate to have that option. So those USA Mags are still my favorite for the street.
I think I'm even more impressed with the tires. Are they the "pilot sport 4s" or the earlier "pilot super sport"?