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Old 08-05-2022, 10:34 PM
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Default 67 RS/SS L78 with different sneakers

The bias ply D70-14 provide limited traction and cornering. I installed some 15x7 TTO's and 225-70-15 TA's I had on my old Yenko. I do need to take off the Yenko crest sticker on the caps
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I love the TT's, Steve.
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wow, what a difference, i like it
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Lookin good, I got TT’s on mine now
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I love the TT's, Steve.
X2, 3, 4, where ever I am in line with this !!
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Steve, that car is awesome no matter how it's shod...but TT's do take it to another level!! - Bill W
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Steve, what size tires are on your TT's?
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Steve, what size tires are on your TT's?
These were on my 69 camaro, so clearance in the front was an issue. Front 215-65-15 and rear 225-70-15.
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