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  1. Wheels and Tires
    Hi All; My son and I recently purchased a 4 door 1966 Nova with a 230 straight six cylinder engine and two speed automatic transition. As far as we know, the axles are original and it has drum brakes and 13 inch wheels all around. Everything I have found indicates that 14 inch wheels were the...
  2. Originality
    I saw an article on another site that was talking about tire sizes of the 60's. They were talking about a string of 3 numbers - but the catcher is that the article did not define what the numbers mean. Does anyone have any clue what the third set means? I cannot find anything that...
  3. Wheels and Tires
    Hello all. My first car was a 74 nova and I just bought one that needs a little work. One of those things is wheels and tires. I'm trying to figure out what I should do. I do want a little lift in the rear but not "jacked up". I am also curious about tire sizes as it related to both what...
  4. Wheels and Tires
    Hi So I got a 78 nova 2door and just wondering what's a good tire/wheel size for the rear? Pretty much does anyone know the biggest and widest I can go? Thanks :)
  5. Member Introductions
    Ok folks. I joined a while back, but this is my first post, so be gentle please. I bought a '67 Nova last summer. I'm not a total noob, but I'm not a gear head either, so part of the goal here is to learn more if I can ever free myself up from work. I think I'm going to upgrade the front brakes...
  6. 1st & 2nd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    Does anyone know if a 15x7 wheel 195/60/r15 tire will work on the front with a stock five lug conversion or have you experienced clearance issues. If it worked what kind of backspace were you using. Thanks for any input.
  7. 1st & 2nd Generation Chevy II/Nova's
    I used the Percy's Wheelrite fitment tool to see what I could squeeze into the stock rear wheel wells of my 63 hardtop. For those of you who have checked out the wheel fitment threads before, there are no real surprises here: 15 x 7 with 4.5" backspace, or 15 x 8" with 5" backspace seem...
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