How to Measure Wheel Back Spacing
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How To Measure Wheel Back Spacing

Back Spacing is a measurement taken from within the inside of the rear side of the wheel. This measurement is important to be sure you have proper wheel clearance for your specific car before purchasing [Read More…]
Determine Ride Height
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How To Determine Ride Height

Ride Height is the height of your car or truck when it is sitting and the suspension is at the optimum setting (location). We can not stress how important setting ride height is on a [Read More…]
How To Measure Your Wheel Bolt Pattern
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Wheel Bolt Pattern Cross Reference ~ What Wheels Fit?

Use the Wheel Bolt Pattern Cross Reference to select your wheel bolt or lug pattern: Select Number of Lugs and Stud Spread in either Inches or Millimeters. The results will display Make, Model and Year as well as the OEM Wheel Size (diameter and width) plus Stud Size, Hub Center Bore and Offset. [Read More…]
Engine Displacement Calculator
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Engine Displacement Calculator

This calculator determines the displacement of the engine by two methods; selecting the engine to get the geometry of the configuration, or by the geometry to get the engine. You may select the engine manufacturer [Read More…]
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How To Plus Size Wheels and Tires

Plus Sizing your wheel and tire combination was designed to enhance vehicle performance and appearance by allowing fitment of larger diameter rims and lower profile tires. The theory is that while making these changes, you [Read More…]
TREMEC Driveline Angle Finder App
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TREMEC Driveline Angle Finder App

Take the guesswork out of your chassis setup with the free TREMEC Driveline Angle Finder. By using your smartphone as a measuring device, the app will calculate each u-joint angle and provide an overall driveline [Read More…]
Wheelbase
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Wheelbase Measurements for Popular Classic Cars

NEW! Wheelbase Cross Reference Database: Classic, Late Model, Foreign, Domestic Ford 1928 – 1931 ( Model A ) 103.5″ 1932: 106″ 1933-1940: 112″ 1941-1951: 114″ 1952-1953: 115″ 1954-1956: 115.5″, Thunderbird: 102″ 1957-1959: 118″, Thunderbird: 113″ [Read More…]