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Irecently purchased a 1988 Mustang GT, I am in the process of completing the 5 lug conversion, and need to get some tires and rims. I am looking at the Weld Pro Star 15" skinnies up front with Mickey Thompson drag radials in the back. My questions are: What is the correct offset and back spacing for the back? What is the widest rear rim I can run, and what is the widest size tires, without having and rubbing issues. Thanks for your help.
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94 Cobra, 347ci, forged rotating assmebly, AFR 205cc heads, Howards solid roller Cam .640 lift duration 255@50, Quick Fuel 850 q series carb, Mighty Mite C4 with a 4,800 converter, built 8.8" with 4.10 gears. 10.60s @ 126 no power adders
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