KMDonnan

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  1. Congratulations! You made and excellent choice! Of course we are all biased here. Ask away on your questions. Think about joining Riviera Association https://www.rivowners.org/ There are some great forums there. Their 1963-1965 specialist Tom Mooney #56 has been a big help to me. Congratulations!
  2. 1965 Buick Riviera - For Sale - CraigsList - West of Chicago http://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/cto/6291552814.html
  3. Hi guys, Well its been a great run, but I have to sell my beloved '65 Riviera. Any suggestions on where to list it?
  4. Looking good. What wheel tire setup are you using. I just converted my '65 from air Ride to stock shocks and springs (too many headaches with the Air Ride). But now I need new rims and tires. I dont like wheel gap like most folks, and the standard height is so high. I tried a supposed 2 inch drop springs, from Original Parts Group, but that turned out to be a 4 inch drop and I could not even get a 17 inch rim on the car. My big problem is rubbing the fender with the tires in a turn. So my 20 inch rims are too big even with a low profile tire. I am thinking 17 inch rims with a 0 offset, 8 inch width for the fronts, with a higher profile tire. Your setup looks good. So my questions are: 1. What is the size of the rims 2. what is the rim offset (0 for exact middle of the rim) 3. How wide are the rims? 7 inch?, 8 inch? 4. What is the tire size? how tall are the tires. 5. Do you have any fender rub issues? I would appreciate help from anyone on this, as I am so frustrated with the whole situation. My car is a driver, and I keep running into roadblocks on this suspension issue.
  5. How much are you asking, and where did you get the rims I like it. I assume an AirRide system?