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Old 06-05-2019, 04:48 PM
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Default '69 Camaro + Speedtech Extreme + Anvil inner fenders = tire size?

Finalizing my build and trying to decide on 295 or 315 tires for the front.

Rims will be 10.5" wide with 8.25" backspacing.

Does anyone run stock outer fenders, Anvil Auto inner fenders, and a Speedtech Extreme front subframe on their '69? If so, what tires size did you go with?

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Finalizing my build and trying to decide on 295 or 315 tires for the front.

Rims will be 10.5" wide with 8.25" backspacing.

Does anyone run stock outer fenders, Anvil Auto inner fenders, and a Speedtech Extreme front subframe on their '69? If so, what tires size did you go with?

Thank you,
cant comment on the Anvil inner fenders (but u think they will limit the tire to a 295 maybe a 305) and what size tire they will fit. But if you used our inner fenders with stock outer fenders and the wheel you spec'ed a 315 is no problem.
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Default Anvil Inner Fender

You can run 315s with our (Anvil) inner fenders with the right back spacing.
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You can run 315s with our (Anvil) inner fenders with the right back spacing.
Thank you Matt. I don't have the Anvil inner fender extensions, and still have the stock outer fenders. What backspace do you typically see with your inners and 315 tire?

I'm appreciative that both vendors took the time to reply. Thank you!
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No offense I had speedtechs inner fenders with the extreme subframe. Do not do it the inner fenders fit poorly at best. Ended up reworking stock steel inner fender wells for a nice clean look.
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No offense I had speedtechs inner fenders with the extreme subframe. Do not do it the inner fenders fit poorly at best. Ended up reworking stock steel inner fender wells for a nice clean look.
WOW we install then all the time and they look AWESOME!! they are not a "BOLT IN" they are made to fit with some modifications. here are 2 examples.
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Here is a pic of the inners that I just got today from a customer
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No offense I had speedtechs inner fenders with the extreme subframe. Do not do it the inner fenders fit poorly at best. Ended up reworking stock steel inner fender wells for a nice clean look.
If you still have those "poor fitting inners" I will take them off your hands
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Here is a pic of the inners that I just got today from a customer
Show where the inner and the fender lip meet. Sorry they do not fit very well. I understand out of sight out of mind. However for my experience was they did not fit very well.
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! they are not a "BOLT IN" they are made to fit with some modifications.


Made to fit with some modification. Just like all your parts. True story there.
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