Originally posted by Furious@Oct 6 2004, 12:14 PM sabbath you need to drop the front end a bit. you got a bit of fender gap. drop it like an inch and half and that car will look tight brotha!
i wanna do it SOOO bad.. but i dont think that i can drop the back any further without causeing rub... so i am still contemplating my options. i AM gettin the S/C that autotecnica sells.. so that is something else i am waiting for. I expect that the S/C will add some weight to the front thus causeing less wheel gap in the front. so after i get the S/C in i can determine how much of a drop i actually need.
I expect to OWN the S/C in 3 months... and i expect to have it installed within a month after that.
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I have 18s on my car (225/40/18) and i have no problem at all with any sort of rubbing, in fact i have room to lower my car when i get the $$$ So if you don't want risk getting 19s because of rubbing issues or go through the trouble of additional mods just to fit the 19s then go wtih 18s, they look just as good to me
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When I had my 19x8 inch Konig Tantrums and my Ground Control coilovers all the way down I had no rubbing...When I went to 19x8.5/19x9.5 Axis Super Mesh wheels I had to raise the rear an inch to keep from rubbing..This pic was before I raised the rear.
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Originally posted by -pimpin328is-@Oct 6 2004, 06:07 PM I have 18s on my car (225/40/18) and i have no problem at all with any sort of rubbing, in fact i have room to lower my car when i get the $$$ So if you don't want risk getting 19s because of rubbing issues or go through the trouble of additional mods just to fit the 19s then go wtih 18s, they look just as good to me
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