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Old 29-09-2009, 04:51 PM
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Vey nice, I have some Cragar Superlites that will probably never see time on my Camaro unless I use them to mount some sticky drag rubber on (if I ever see a drag strip again), I reckon they'd look good on mine.

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Cragar Superlite (no tyre doesn't look good), tried on on when I was putting the car back together
Looks greats with the cragars.Those are Weld draglites on my other camaro.I reckon you should put those cragars on.IMO.
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Old 29-09-2009, 06:16 PM
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Those are Weld draglites on my other camaro.
What were the wheel/tyres specs Baz? Looks hot-as Does not seem to have the massaged guards of your current 10" rears?

PS - This thread is nuts. Apart from the sheer quantity, appears they are like your weather & women : Mint!!
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Old 29-09-2009, 06:35 PM
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I reckon you should put those cragars on.IMO.
Nev's in good old SA. Not allowed to have them on there coz it's LHD. Unbelievable but true
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Old 29-09-2009, 06:58 PM
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What were the wheel/tyres specs Baz? Looks hot-as Does not seem to have the massaged guards of your current 10" rears?

PS - This thread is nuts. Apart from the sheer quantity, appears they are like your weather & women : Mint!!
Gday Deano , On my blue one i had 15x10(rear)15x6(front) and tyres 265/50 and 205/60,with no scraping.9'' Rear.
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Old 29-09-2009, 09:29 PM
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Gday Deano , On my blue one i had 15x10(rear)15x6(front) and tyres 265/50 and 205/60,with no scraping.9'' Rear.
Barry...
Cheers, any idea what b/s on rear & diff length (XY vs XB)? an not guard mods?? Sorry for thread steal, but man those 10" jobs look horn.

Was actually thinking of trying som of that style on for a change until more-pro-touring-ish Phase2. Nev, what you doing with yours if can't use? *hint hint *
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Old 29-09-2009, 09:38 PM
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Cheers, any idea what b/s on rear & diff length (XY vs XB)? an not guard mods?? Sorry for thread steal, but man those 10" jobs look horn.

Was actually thinking of trying som of that style on for a change until more-pro-touring-ish Phase2. Nev, what you doing with yours if can't use? *hint hint *
The 15x10's were 4.5 BS, cant remember the diff width (sorry) but can find out as i know the guy who bought it.No guard mods but we did machine about 2mm off the bottom of the rear shocks.
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Still dont have any decent new pics, so here is one at the clearance centre on the Goldie. Love this look Except for the busted chin spoiler, thanks to Aussie customs
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Old 08-10-2009, 07:58 AM
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Hey Lyndsay , is that an 'endura' bumper or painted steel on the front?

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Old 08-10-2009, 02:43 PM
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Hey Lyndsay , is that an 'endura' bumper or painted steel on the front?

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Gav, its an Endura bumper, from the info I have it was one of the options the original owner went with. All the panels are original, Im real lucky as its never been in an accident

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Gav, its an Endura bumper, from the info I have it was one of the options the original owner went with. All the panels are original, Im real lucky as its never been in an accident

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Old 08-10-2009, 11:08 PM
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