Re: 1964 Sport Fury tire size
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Re: 1964 Sport Fury tire size



Cory's is a C-body. Jeff has a B-body. I'm assuming the C-body has more room for tire sizes.

I remembered the "tech" page has some tips on wheel spacing and tire size.
http://1962to1965mopar.ornocar.com/techstuff.html
For example, "Depending on backspace, tire sizes to consider for your 1962 to 1965 B-Body Mopar include 215 x 70, 225 x 70, 235 x 70 (seems popular), and 255 x 70. These sizes are for 15 inch rims."

Thanks,
Gary H.

 On Tue, Jan 27, 2015 at 9:02 PM, Cory  wrote:
>  Not sure what car you have Jeff, but I have the exact same tire combo on my
>  65 Polara.  I'm running factory 1980 ish New Yorker wheels, so I'm
>  guessing they are 7 inches wide.   They bolted right on with zero
>  modifications. 

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