fitting 335's on an irs

mustangmike2003

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What needs to be done to fit 335s? Im thinking rolled fenders, quarter inch spacers, and low profile bolts on the IRS subframe.
 

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mustangmike2003 said:
What needs to be done to fit 335s? Im thinking rolled fenders, quarter inch spacers, and low profile bolts on the IRS subframe.
I have hoosier 335's. You need to be lowered, 3/8 spacers (1/4's will rub irs frame) and ground or low prof irs bolts. Rolled fender is also a must.
 
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cobravenom39 said:
I have hoosier 335's. You need to be lowered, 3/8 spacers (1/4's will rub irs frame) and ground or low prof irs bolts. Rolled fender is also a must.
how low do I have to be lowered?
 

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mustangmike2003 said:
how low do I have to be lowered?
I'd say a good 1" in the back. You'll also need extended length studs and open ended lugs.
 

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Do 315's fit fine then???? Or modifications also need to be done?
 

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