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I know that the leaf springs on Chargers,Cudas,Dusters,ect can be moved inboard relatively easy on these cars. I have a 67 Dodge Polara that a friend gave to me years ago that is just screaming for some fat tires.Is the rear subframe pretty much the same on all these cars?



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I know that the leaf springs on Chargers,Cudas,Dusters,ect can be moved inboard relatively easy on these cars. I have a 67 Dodge Polara that a friend gave to me years ago that is just screaming for some fat tires.Is the rear subframe pretty much the same on all these cars?


 Yes they are.  They are all uni-body, same principals.  You'll gain approximately 3" per side.  On that Polara you might even gain a little more.  Good measuring and cutting of the tubs will make the job that much better.



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How big a tire are you able to fit?



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