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Old 02-10-2021, 05:02 PM   #1
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bagged 67 c10 and 22" Coys C5 fitment?'s

Will Coys C5 22x9/5.5bs front and 22x10.5/5.5bs rear fit my narrow axle 67 laying frame? no body drop! Lots of reading and prying through build threads and haven't seen this specific size used yet. Lots of 10" wide with 5" of backspace. Trying to get me through with the Coys till Im ready to order some Billets. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

Sorry if I put this in the wrong section.
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Will Coys C5 22x9/5.5bs front and 22x10.5/5.5bs rear fit my narrow axle 67 laying frame? no body drop! Lots of reading and prying through build threads and haven't seen this specific size used yet. Lots of 10" wide with 5" of backspace. Trying to get me through with the Coys till Im ready to order some Billets. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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10.5" wide w/5.5bs is the same as 10" wide & 5.0bs as far as the bedsides are concerned.
The extra wheel width will be to the inside or tub so it may require mini tubs @ worst.
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Re: bagged 67 c10 and 22" Coys C5 fitment?'s

Thatís kind of what I figured. Wasnít sure if there was enough room towards the frame. Thanks!!
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Thatís kind of what I figured. Wasnít sure if there was enough room towards the frame. Thanks!!
There's enough room for a 14" wheel w/the factory truck-arm suspension. The tubs & bed floor are the first limitations.
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Old 02-13-2021, 07:45 PM   #5
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you the man! Thanks again!
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