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Old 03-20-2005, 20:41   #1 (permalink)
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confused Weld Draglites

This guy is selling a set of Weld Draglites from a HQ they are 15X7 and 15X8,,, thats all the info i have...

apparently they can fit an XY too is that true????
because they are multistud

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Should do if they are multistuds. Can you do a trial fit??
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thats wot im goin to find out tonight... hoefully he agrees....

is a 5" backspacing alright to fit underneath an XY with standard 9" length?
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thats wot im goin to find out tonight... hoefully he agrees....

is a 5" backspacing alright to fit underneath an XY with standard 9" length?
I just fitted convo pro's 15x10 to the rear of my XA hardtop, the 5" backspace was perfect, but im not sure if XY is the same.
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I just fitted convo pro's 15x10 to the rear of my XA hardtop, the 5" backspace was perfect, but im not sure if XY is the same.
i have a pair of 15x10 convos coming for my XD with 9"... fingers crossed..
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thats wot im goin to find out tonight... hoefully he agrees....

is a 5" backspacing alright to fit underneath an XY with standard 9" length?
im pretty sure you need a 0 degree offset with std width xy diff, i would try on car first or measure properly first. check with a wheel specialist they will confirm this for you.
i am after a set of these to for a xy do you know of anymore for sale
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