New 17x9 Year One 5 Spoke Rally Wheels (Z28 Wheels) and soon N90s

Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering, Brake & Wheel Topics' started by YearOne, Sep 2, 2009.

  1. ratpatrol71z28

    ratpatrol71z28 Veteran Member

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    I emailed them and they responded telling me they changed manufactures allowing them not to be able to chrome them anymore....
     
  2. Brown`77Z28

    Brown`77Z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I'm seriously considering buying a pair of N90's
    They advertise with a Backspace of 4.25 is this ok or will it get me in trouble??
    I cannot find a definitive answer regarding the correct backspace.
    The car is a little lower then stock and I'm considering tires in the following sizes: Fr. 235/45-17 and Rr. 255/45-17
    The tires I have now are: Fr. 225/60-15 and Rr. 245/60-15
     
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    Brown`77Z28 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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  4. 72BIGBLOCK

    72BIGBLOCK Veteran Member

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    Call restore a muscle car I believe they still make them and you can get them in 18s
     
  5. Eliminator SS

    Eliminator SS Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    FYI I live 20 minutes from Restore A Muscle Car. More than willing to go out there to that facility. ;)
     
  6. smace

    smace Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I ordered a set Monday. Hopefully next week I can get them mounted. I am trying to decide on tires now. My tire shop is going to bring in a few different tires to help me decided. Seems like 245/45/17 is the tire to go with. I have event seen a few with 235/55/17. I really don't care to have a super wide tire on the back, but I am curious to see a 275/40/17 on the back.
     
  7. Mwilson

    Mwilson Veteran Member

    Looks good! Subtle change but big overall impact
     

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