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Old 10-13-2020, 12:02 PM
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Default Backspacing for a square setup

Alright guys, I'm doing things a bit backwards and letting my wheels define rear axle width.

My have a '71 Fbody subframe from Speedtech, and I'm using their rear TA setup with DSE mini tubs.

So my question to you all is if I wanted to run a square 315/35/18 setup what are the backspacing numbers I should be looking at?
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You should measure the front space you have from the mounting surface to the fender. Is the rear end shortened ?
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You should measure the front space you have from the mounting surface to the fender. Is the rear end shortened ?
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I don't have any of the front bodywork mounted yet, sadly. Which is why I was was asking if anyone had this setup and could toss out a number. I'm not concerned for a perfect fit just yet, more looking for a ballpark.
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