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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Lambert View Post
    Oh, I like that...



    And that...



    This may be a thing I need to do...thanks!
    On the green car, are the tyres size 185? They look like 165 to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by larwik View Post
    Bengt and Rob...Yes, 1973 1/2 LWB narrow fenders and no spacers...this was a "test-fit" and I decided to stay with next "narrower" size...(185/70WR15).../ Lars...
    Lars, can you post a pic of your car with the 187/70 15 tires and the 7" wheels shown in the pic?

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    Hi Mark...The car is sold but I'll look if I have any pics with this set-up.../ Lars...
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    Front 6x15 with Pirelli CN36 185/70/15
    Rear 7Rx15 with Pirelli CN36 185/70/15
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    Here they are on my 1969T.
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    Rich Spritz

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    Hi Mark...thanks to Chuck M here is a pic with the CN36's in 185/70x15" on regular 15"x7" Fuchs on all 4 corners ... not the best angle but it worked out great w/o any interference/rubbing (even with the fender molding in place)...hope it helps.../ Lars...
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    Cn36

    175/70/15 CN36 on 5 1/2" steelies.....on my 58 disc-brake Coupe.
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    Thanks Lars. I have 15x7s on my car currently and have been debating if 185s would look goofy for not, but clearly they look alright!
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  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by mar2mar View Post
    Front 6x15 with Pirelli CN36 185/70/15
    Rear 7Rx15 with Pirelli CN36 185/70/15
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    I think that looks epic.

    Would you be happy for me to use these images on my web site or adverts?

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    Hello Dougal, I would be very happy. After all, watching your YouTube videos convince me to get the CN36.

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