the size of the rim has really nothing to do with it. it all depends on the offset of the rim and the overall diamater of the tire. i would measure the height of the wheel well from center of hub to the bottom of your strut, to ensure that there will be no rubbing. that measurement is your radius. times it by 2 and you will have your diamater, pretty dead on. then research the offsets of the rims available for your car and the approriate width of the rim to fit the tire that is desirable for you.
What is the firing order on a 1985 Chevy Monte Carlo with a 4.3 6 cylinder
Les Ballets de Monte Carlo was created in 1985.
what fluid cap?
Is it a V8 or a V6?
The Chevrolet Monte Carlo was produced from 1970 to 1988 and again from 1995 to 2007. The 1985 2-door coupe had a curb weight of 3,174 pounds.
no not without fabrication not a bolt on project
Check the fuses.
i would say the iroc
You may purchase a 1985 Monte Carlo locally, by checking the "Bargain Hunter" or similar classified magazines. You will have the most luck finding one online at Car Domain, eBay, and Kijiji.
They should have 3:73s
go to manheimgold.com and look it up.
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The 8th digit in the VIN is the engine code. For a Monte SS, it should be a "G" for the L69 305. I don't believe that engine was available in any other model of Monte Carlo.
more than likely a 3.08
i think the 305 came with 180 horses
There is no such animal on a General Motors car or truck.jd
you have to change the ring and pinon gars