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1969 Camaro Lous Change Detroit Speed Deep Tub Install Video V8TV

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http://www.v8speedshop.com - 314.783.8325 - We wanted to run some big Forgeline wheels shod with Toyo Proxes R888 tires on the "Lou's Change" Camaro, but stock wheel tubs dictate the largest tire size on first generation Camaros. To gain more clearance, we installed a pair of Detroit Speed Deep Tubs while we had the body on the jig for repairs. When installed, these tubs retain a stock appearance, but they are significantly wider to accommodate wider wheels and tires to help put the power to the ground. Call the V8 Speed & Resto Shop today to order a set of Detroit Speed Deep Tubs or to have yours installed by our team.
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1969 Camaro, Detroit Speed Deep Tubs, DSE, Detroit Speed Engineering, Pro-Touring, Lou's Change, Toyo R888, Forgeline, V8TV, V8 Speed, Resto Shop

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