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Photos of Hot Rods with Miss matching wheels

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Rice n Beans Garage, Jun 15, 2013.

  1. Rice n Beans Garage
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    If you have photos of Hot rods with missed matched wheels, maybe Torq Thrust style in the rear with slots or ? in the front can you please post them.

    Looking for some inspiration, Thanks in Advance,

    Scott
     
  2. old buzz
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    from middle tn

    here
     

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  5. 16" rear-15" front....Rear wheels are late model F150 spare tire wheels;)
     

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    its a re-post, but here you go.
     

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    How bout steelies?


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  10. One of mine many moons ago.
     

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  11. rbonazzoli
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    I love that look. Brings back a lot of memories of the 70s.
     
  12. This along the same line and I am not trying to hijack the thread but tire and wheel sized and their combinations confuse the heck out of me.

    I just brought home a 66 C10 that is wearing P275/60R15 in the rear and P295/50R15 in the front.

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    I am not a big fan of chrome wheels but for now its what it has.

    In fact the truck came with a full set (4) of the P275/60R15 and P295/50R15, wheel tire combos. So I am thinking about selling/trading the current tires and wheels and going to steel wheels. I also want to go with a larger and wide tire in the back than in the front and possible go with narrow white walls all the way round.

    So my question is what size wheel/tire combos should I run to acheive the miss-matched look I am after?
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  13. Rice n Beans Garage
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  14. Mike51Merc
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    HEY, Where's the pics of Miss Matching Wheels?
     

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