Custom wheels for Hot Rods and Muscle cars.

Greetings fellow Rodders,

I’m talking to you with the ’34 Ford or the ‘50 Kaiser. And you with the '67 Plymouth and even you with the V-8 Mazda. I know its hard to find wheels and tires that fit just right after you replaced your rear axle with a Jag  independent suspension.

Welcome to the first part of a 5 part series intended to help you get the best fit, the best look and the best performance where it counts. Where the rubber meets the road.


In the next few installments I will discuss tire width and height and how it affects performance. Wheel width and how it relates to tire choice. How to measure wheel offset and backspacing. And bust some common myths about tire sizing.

To follow this series just click on my name (Ethan Burns) at the top of this blog.


Friday, July 17, 2009 by Tom

Tuesday, July 21, 2009 by John Roesle

1969 Olds Cutlass 442. 17's on front and 18's on rear. Wheels and tires
Wednesday, July 22, 2009 by Ethan

Stay tuned and I'll show you how to find the best sizes.
Sunday, August 9, 2009 by harry

i just got 67 nova ss with ss cragars. i would like to put a wider tire on the back, i have room in toward the spring but to the ouside. how do i measure to get the max thanks
Friday, September 11, 2009 by Ethan

To follow this series just click on my name (Ethan Burns) at the top of this blog.
Monday, December 7, 2009 by ljstone

Had a LEXANI grille package and wheels installed- on my 2010 Camaro SS over the weekend. 22' all the way around with 3' front lip & 4.5' lip in the back. American muscle gone Hollywood!

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