15 inch used tires - Bookshelf
Joe's local wheel and tire dealer adds another option to the decision-making process when he points out that any ... Original rims (Photo Brad Bowling) Buy a later set of used Mustang V-6 rims in the 15-inch size - $40-$100 In the case ...
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What do those numbers on the tire's sidewall mean? Which custom wheels will fit my new truck? Can I get historically correct tires for my vintage Mustang? The Complete Wheel and Tire Buyer's Guideis the definitive reference for car, truck, and SUV owners seeking new tires and/or wheels. Author Brad Bowling provides an entertaining education on the proper selection of tires and wheels for any vehicle. Chapters devoted to tire history, deciphering sidewall numbers, tire care and maintenance, wheel construction, and wheel types take away the mystery of purchasing new wheels and tires. The Tire Brand Directoryand Wheel Brand Directorycontain listings of all major tire and wheel manufacturers in the U.S., describe their products, and include Web site and contact information. This practical reference allows vehicle owners to make the best decision possible on the selection of new wheels and tires. Are you customizing a Mitsubishi Eclipse, looking for a set of Davin spinning wheels for your Cadillac Escalade, restoring a vintage vehicle, or buying a new set of tires for your family sedan? This guide is the place to start.
The tire size was 7:60 X 15. The tire was then mounted on a standard 15 inch passenger car rim. A new inner-tube was used and the tire was inflated to 24 psi . A tire mounting machine was used to mount the tire using care not to stress ...
These optional 14-inch Magnum 500 styled steel wheels and ted streak tires were available in 1969. The 1969 wheel used a standard brushed trim ring and was ordered with sales code W21. This wheel was not available with the 426 Hemi ...
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The B-body accounted for a wide range of Chrysler Corporation muscle cars of the sixties and seventies, including the Charger, Road Runner, Super Bee, Satellite, GTX, and Coronet R/T. These cars brought a great deal of character to the muscle car scene and continue to be extremely popular today, particularly with Mopar fans, some of the most rabid car enthusiasts there are. As an Original series title, this book will detail the correct parts, finishes, options, and trim pieces for all the b-body cars of this era. The wide variety of engine options, from Hemi to Wedge to Ram, will be covered in detail, as will all the special editions that featured wild colors and unique bodywork--elements that were crucial to the mystique of these cars. The book will be filled with high-quality, detailed photos of cars that are either excellent originals or very accurate restorations.About the AuthorJim Schild is the publisher of The Auto Review and is the author of eight automotive books, including four for Motorbooks International. He began his life-long enthusiasm for Chrysler products in 1965 when he first worked at the St. Louis Chrysler Assembly Plant and continued into later involvement with drag racing. Schild lives in Columbia, Illinois and is a member of fifteen local and national collector car organizations, including the Society of Automotive Historians.