I've been thinking about it for a couple of days now. I'm almost positive that when it's all said and done, and I stick both 315's up in their respective holes that used to be wheel wells, and measure the span between each mounting surface of the wheels, the difference between that, and the actual length of that SN 95 rear I have is gonna be substantial. Originally,..I planned to narrow that rear, and convert the ends to the small bearing 9" pieces that I've had sitting new in a box for years now. The problem with that is there is only so much to be gained there, as you can only cut, and section the rear in the smallish space between the lower control arm mount point, and the housing flange. Compounding that, is the fact that doing that will bring the tire/wheel closer to said lower control arm mount point, probably to the point of contact. The other uhhh...."option," is that I cut a line along the quarter, and another in the outer wheel tub and "pull" the quarter out to create a bulge much like the Fox Capri. (And I said at the beginning of my progress thread that this car would have no where near the body work in it that the red car had) HA! If I choose that path,..it'll happen up front as well, (same as a Capri)....The other concern being that the 255's will rub all over the inside/outside of the stock inner fender. To alleviate that, I'd sell the 94/95 spindles I currently have, and replace them w/ the wider 96 up pieces once the front fender is modified to allow that tire to clear. I'm gonna run the car ride height low...... top of the tires will be up in the quarters/fenders.I do not want any rubbing under any circumstances. This car is my reference: I want this ride height. Since I know nothing about it (other than I like it) I dont know if the tires are the same size as mine, and what he did to get his tires up in there ( other than pay Foose for a custom back spacing) This'll be my ride height. But I just cant tell how big those tires are...the rears look like they might be 275's....I cant even guess about the fronts. As opposed to a bulge,..I'm also considering cutting the stock wheel lips completely off the fender/quarter,...and adding an inch or so,...then welding it back on like they did on Fast and Loud, effectively creating a fender flare that should look stock when finished. The way they ended up doing it seems waaay to "West Coast Customs" for me,...and they did it to a Box top......the mirrored paint makes it hard to tell what it really looks like. Now I'm asking for advice here, so feel free to offer. Look down that side and imagine Capri-style bulges, or F&L flares and tell me what you think. Either way,..I'd rather not have to do anything If I can,..I'll leave the stock sheet metal alone, I just think that that isn't gonna happen.