What is the best size rims for no prep racing without tubbing

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  1. Bigthirsty

    Bigthirsty New Member

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    Best size rims for no prep racing without tubbing
     
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  2. 351maverick

    351maverick Veteran Member

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    I'd rephrase that question if I were you
     
  3. Bigthirsty

    Bigthirsty New Member

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  4. DB Z28

    DB Z28 Veteran Member

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    10 in wide in rear
     
  5. Bigthirsty

    Bigthirsty New Member

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    Do I have to modify anything. I have a 10bolt rear rnd
     
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  6. Camaro75LT

    Camaro75LT Masshole Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    I'm sure you mean hypothetical street racing or no prep racing on a track. Nastyz28 does not condone illegal activities including street racing.

    Big tires out back has been covered hundreds of times on here. Search around. Keep in mind, when running slicks, c-clip eliminaters are a must.
     
  7. badazz81z28

    badazz81z28 Veteran Member

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    What rim size are you looking to buy? A good size that will fit in most if not all second gens is a 275 tire with a 17x9 with 5" bs. That size won't require fender lip rolling or 5lb sledge hammer to the seat belt area

    Any bigger you might have to make clearance.
     
  8. 80sz

    80sz Veteran Member

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    275/50/15 bfg drag radials will fit stock rim are 26" tall and get you about 9" of tire on ground with zero mods .
     
  9. Bigthirsty

    Bigthirsty New Member

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    Your correct didn't mean street racing, but no prep. How do I change the question
     
  10. Bigthirsty

    Bigthirsty New Member

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    OK thanks
     

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