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    Default Rolling the quarters

    So I got a good deal on some 15x10 6.5bs wheels and my 325/50 15 tires just came in, I have all Team Z in the rear with an anti rollbar. Do I really need to roll the quarters & beat in the wells?

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    Put them on and see if they rub. If they do then you need to roll them.

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    lol so don't believe everything I read on the interwebs

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    Believe then, that at the very least, you'll be hammering on the inner wheelhouse.....

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    Yeah I was afraid of that, but at this point there's no turning back. Anyone done this personally? pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by svtserpent View Post
    Yeah I was afraid of that, but at this point there's no turning back. Anyone done this personally? pics?

    I hurt too much to look at, much less takes pics.....Maybe you'll get lucky because you have a 50 tire....

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    Mounted the tires on the rims today.I still need to grind down a bolt on the calipers then we will see.

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    I had to mill my caliper down to fit a 15in wheel on my cobra brakes. AT cleared with the bolt just ground but when I drove it and hit the brakes the caliper would move enough to hit the wheel. What a pain in the ass that was

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    On the car! they actually fit pretty good, after a nose full of black boogers from grinding the caliper hollow screw.

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