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Will 15x7's fit on the front of my '56 Fairlane and 15x8's on the rear?

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Kent, WA
Tucson, AZ
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Thanks!

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I bought a '55 victoria with 216/60x15 tires on 7" rims in the front and 255x60x15 tires on 8" rims in the rear. They were fine going straight down the road, but the rears scrub on turning onto inclines. The fronts will scrub on turns. My car has 2" dropped spindles. I replaced the front rims withhttp://forums.y-blocksforever.com/uploads/images/a7e88bc4-3ed7-4dc6-a6c7-e3f.jpeg 5.5" rims and the scrubbing is much better, but not gone. The look is good for show, but not so good for daily driving. I'm going to replace the rear rims with 6" and 215 tires. 
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Can you tell me where 2" drop spindles are available?  Thanks



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These are from Fatman Fabrications. I bought the car with them installed.  I don't know what kind of springs are in the car, but it is too low for my tastes. I would like to tear it down and maybe install longer springs or spacers on the springs. Or maybe go back to stock spindles with Aerostar springs. Something between where it is now and stock would be more to my liking.


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