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If I get 10,000 miles out a set of tires, I didn't drive very hard and dry rot is probably setting in.
No, they will not fit with out some (extensive) modifications.
Food for thought, the OEM rims were 14x6 on your '68 coupe.
I have two sets of the adjust-a-jets from Holley laying around. Basically the same thing as the Percy's set.
My problem is they lengthen the carb...
Fits just fine under my GT 350 hood.
Wedge kits are a waste of money.
If you need a wedge kit, you need better control arms.
Interesting idea John.
Assuming all the shims are the same in thickness, I would put 4 shims on the front bolts and 3 on the rear bolts. That should get you close...
Did you lower the upper control arms 1"?
With the right setup it would be ok.
My 347 has 10.8:1 and its fine on 91 octane.
I've even used 89 octane on road trips before.
Its true guys, the VMF is no more.
I've been talking to Bob quite a bit about this behind the scenes.
Sure is pretty...
I get by on 16x8 rims with 245 45 and 245 50 tires.
My ride definitely improved with rod end strut rods.
In no way did the ride get worse.
Hmm, is the rear the same as the front then?
Either way, glad it worked out for ya!
Opps, you said the rear, not the front. Sorry about that.
I haven't worked on a Granada rear end, sorry.
You need an allen wrench to take off the one bolt on the top.
Then a hammer and a screw driver to punch out the slide that holds the caliper to...
Cal-Tracs are definitely very effective and worth the expense for the increase in traction they provide.
The mini-subframe setup is at best, as good at a set of strut rods with heim joint and lower control arms with spherical bearings plus a lot more...