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Thread: 57 chevy rims and ires

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    Smile 57 chevy rims and ires

    what is the best size of rims and tires to put on my chevy? I own a 57 chevy flat bead and am currently restoring it. any feedback is welcome, thanks, chevy guy.

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    Not sure about the wheel but if you ever want to sell the cab let me know.

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    Depends on how you want it to look, handle, if you're putting big brakes on it, etc.

    "Best" is a pretty relative term....

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    Entirely too non-specific a question. Narrow it down some, eh? Trying to do a look that matches your 57? Then its wide whites and painted steelies. Or not. What's your theme?

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    I curious why he would ask this on a minitruck forum.....

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    It shall entirely depend on the way you gonna used the tires! It's either of looks or for performance.






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    Quote Originally Posted by mikehutton View Post
    It shall entirely depend on the way you gonna used the tires! It's either of looks or for performance.

    Psst....thread is over a year old....:confused:

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    he doesnt care, hes spam

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    im going with HaVoC on this one!
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    wow this thread has alot of fail, and i mean alot.


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    sorry guys just telling my opinion :)

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