They are a shop wheel that can fit most any bolt pattern. It allows you to get some “wheels” on your vehicle while you are working or waiting for the final ones for some reason or other.Sorry if this was asked/answered. What's the deal with them pushin' around wheels you got on the front there? Can't say I've ever seen wheels/tires like that before.
I can’t argue about that too much. Although with a 950cfm carburetor not sure I would ever get anything close to acceptable mpg from that stand point.If he would have used an overdrive then he wouldn't need a tank that big. 🤣
I understand I just thought you might benefit from my personal experience. When I finish my S10 swap I'm planning on building a 383 with around 500 hp for my 57. It will be running a 750 E85 carb since it will mostly see street driving with an occasional quarter-mile blast. I don't want to tub it because I want to keep the old school look so it may have traction issues as it is.Do I need anything I am actually doing here?
My build is certainly not the most practical. There are a lot of choices that I made that most would not. The 950 should work well with my application though and as built my engine dyno turned 600/600 for hp/tq.