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280ZX struts, and camber plates, and a stretched tire (195/50-15) will make it work.


But only if it's a 2dr, and not a 4dr/wagon.

Hey approximately for a 69 4door 510 with 280zx coilovers and all T3 suspension swap conversion, with all that set up will it fit for 15x8inch rim with 0 offset with no need of flares or no roll stretch front fenders and back wheel rolls.



Now for 15 x 9 inch rim with 0ffset with same set up above 280zx and all T3 conversion suspension for a 4 door 510.. it's no way in hell that will fit without flares forget about roll stretch the front fenders and back wheels, must be flares all around? and maybe add spacers for the fronts wheels with flares.

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I've heard 15 x 7" and up to 15 offset but this is totally hearsay evidence on my part. I'm checking around right now. I'm glad you are asking first.


We get people here all the time that buy rims because they get a hard on for them. When mounted, they stick out under the fender or in and rub the strut spring perch and start crying. NEVER make the car fit the rims. Do your homework and know what size rims will and won't work. Buying rims is like getting married. Test the fit first.

Aloha, got a question on wheels and tires... could I do a staggered look on a 1970 wagon maybe like 15x8 in rear and 15 x7 in the front? was looking at the works equip 03 or 01.

what offsets would i need?

Thanks Roman

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