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    15x10 soft 8s

    So has anybody ever run these on a NBS? What all is needed to make them work?

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    Nobody?

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    Front or rear? Either way, just some caliper massaging.
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    I just looked at them and I can only find them with 4" BS which wouldnt work. They will stick out like 2" past the side of the truck I need a 15x10 6 lug with 6-6.5" BS for cheap and nobody makes them!!

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    If u get anywhere on this lmk lol. I'm on a stock wheel too. Iv thought about having them widened but lots of $
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    Someone has to know. looking for a set as well.


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    Try diamond wheels. I haven't looked there but I believe they make them anyway.
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    They make them!! Thanks kyhunter!! Ill be calling them tomorrow! Ok guys help me out, I'm going to do a drum conversion to run 15s if when I get the wheels I decide too much grinding is required. Do I need to run drum axles or will my disc axles work? Also I'm going to put some drag radials on the 15s for the street. But I have a predicament. My current drag setup is 28x10x16 Hoosiers on narrow 7" stock wheels. Do I also buy some 16x10s for those to get more contact patch which I really need or do I get another set of 15x10s and sell the current drag setup and buy 15" slicks?? My slicks prolly have around 20 passes on them at most.
    Last edited by o2camaross; 08-22-2012 at 02:11 AM.

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    I dont see any reason why not to stay with the 16s. Unless theres a size they dont make in 16 inch. If your already running 16s on disc then id keep it that way.


    4.8, TSP 220, 6L90 swap, 3400 Stall, 4.10s w/30" drag radial and T76 @ 16lbs.
    Best ET 11.54@114 w 1.52 60ft
    Raceweight 4905 lbs.

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    The tire options for 15s is crazy compared to 16s. That's my main reason for wanting to swap to 15s. The tires I've been getting, my 295/50/16 Goodrich radial t/a is no longer available. I found a few sets of 325/60/15 that would be sick

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