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    MK1 Wheels

    Hi:

    New to the site and contemplating on buying a 79 Supra. For the wheels, what's the widest I could fir without major mods? If I go 15x8, 9 or 10 on the rear and 15x7 on front, will this work? same for a 16" wheels???


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    Don't know much other than what I have used. Back in the day I ran 235/60/14 tires on the rear with no rubbing issues. They were 9.2" wide and 25.1" tall. It now has 7" wide wheels running 215/55/16 tires. They are 25.3" tall and 8.5" wide. No rubbing with these either. I think 8" wide wheels would be no problem.
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    you guys made a couple mistakes, most of the pics that you guys wrote "l-type wheels" are actually "p-type wheels"

    like this one, and there is another too


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    1978 Celica with 14" L-Type with 225/60/14's all the way around very minor rubbing on rear inner fender due to sacked out springs.






    Quote Originally Posted by Pooods View Post

    3rd pic: MKII L-Type wheels. BF 225/60 tires (very similar spacing to the above 92's)

    are "p-types"
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    Thanks and it's taken care of now.
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