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| Originally posted by ///M Power@Jul 19 2005, 10:18 PM |
What you could do is roll the rear fenders. It's a very common practice procedure, especially for a lowered car with wider tires. This would probably be a cheaper option for you than redoing your suspension back to stock because changing out the BMW suspension + alignment can be costly if done by a shop. And to give an educated guess on your question, yes I do believe returning to your stock suspension would alleviate this problem, but if you have many passengers in the rear seats it may return.
Roll your fenders, Good Luck!
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| Originally posted by ///M Power@Jul 20 2005, 04:44 PM |
Sorry, but what is a "edge protector?"
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