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Need help sizing tires to rims! 1998 Camaro


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Keith22
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Jun 28, 2012, 4:19 PM

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I have selected the rims I want to put on my 1998 Camaro. They are

SKU#: CV07A-18095-5475-56BR
WHEEL SIZE: 18x9.5
WHEEL OFFSET: 56
BOLT PATTERN: 5-120.65
HUB SIZE: 70.3
BACK SPACING: 7.45

Basically 18" reproduction Z06 rims in black with a red band. I want to keep all 4 rims at 18" (I hate 19/18" or whatever the case may be because it puts an angle on the car).

Here is a link to them
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Here is what I need help with. I want to also purchase 4x Nexen N3000 tires from the same website because they have great deals. I am not exactly sure which tires I should choose (dimensions wise). I know they need to be 18" but thats pretty much it.

The front wheels will be 9.5 wide, and the rears 10.5 wide.

Can someone help me find the correct tires I would need for this order? I would like them to be low profile, not SUPER low but nice and slim overall.

Here is a link to their page for nexen tires.
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I really appreciate the help, thanks a lot, Keith

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(This post was edited by Sidom on Jun 28, 2012, 4:26 PM)


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Jun 28, 2012, 4:28 PM

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Re: Need help sizing tires to rims! 1998 Camaro [In reply to] Sign In

The best place to get this info would be the site your dealing with. They have the product in stock and are familar with the different applications and what works & what doesn't......






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Keith22
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Jun 28, 2012, 4:30 PM

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Re: Need help sizing tires to rims! 1998 Camaro [In reply to] Sign In

Thanks for the reply! Very true, I would just like to get some second hand knowledge that I know will not be trying to get me to purchase a more expensive tire when its not needed.

There are lots of knowledgeable people out there.




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