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Technical Tire Fitment & a '32 Sedan

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by tjm73, Feb 25, 2024.

  1. tjm73
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    Stock early style axle with juice brakes.
     
  2. alchemy
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    The narrowest of the banjo rears. You can use my examples when you are judging offsets.
     
  3. tjm73
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    Do you happen to know the width with juice brakes by chance? I've looked online but have found very little except for the chart from hot rod works.
     
  4. alchemy
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    I don’t think they add much if any width.
     
  5. 19Eddy30
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    The Egg @ time with 40 juice , friction shocks , with stock 32 axel & stock 32 rear spring & 4 drop on front , 16 all the way around

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  6. tjm73
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    On your picture running the steel wheels and bias plys, what size wheels and tires were you running?
     
  7. 19Eddy30
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    """Not"" Bias Plys
    Radial , front where from Coker's
    where expensive, then found alternates that looked close to the same from electric car Side walls said Electric,
    Bridgestone,, Here on HAMB say discontinue now
     
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  8. alchemy
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    When I used steel wheels they were 48’s on the rear, 4.5” wide with 7.00x16 Firestones. The front was 40’s that are 4” wide, with 5.50x16 Firestones.
     

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