Set Your Stance
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Set Your Stance
Popular Hot Rodding - April 2007


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I believe the stance defines the character of the car (sometimes more than the paint does). This was one area on my restoration project I had paid particular attention to. Thanks for sharing!
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I agree, stance is important. I spent much effort getting mine just to where it looks percect...to me. After all, it is largely a matter of opinion and taste. I don't particularly agree with the look displayed in the article.
The factory stance of our cars always looked ridiculous to me: the rear end noticeably lower than the front. And the cavernous wheel-wells scream out to be filled up.
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The stance in this picture is what I wish to accomplish. Does anyone know if they are 15x7 in the front, and 15x8 in the rear, or would they actually be 15x10. I think I saw someone with 15x7 front, and 15x10 in the rear, and it had a mean staggered look.


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If I had to guess the rear rims are probably 15x8's If you look at the side wall of the tire. It is sucked in toward the center of the rim indicating that the rim is narrower then the tire, and judging from the pic (which is completely subjective) I would say the tire is about 10 to 11 inches across the tread thus creating the sucked in appearence. Just an educated guess. JTS 71 Mach1
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