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Old 07-25-2012, 12:27 PM   #1
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So I own an 03 SVT and recently bought new wheels and tires, went from stock EAPs to Rota Grids 17x8 et40 with 225/45/17 tires. I am still on the stock suspension and most likely will be that way for a while. Now since the new set up is wider I get a little rubbing on the fender. I have looked at it and had some other people look at it and have come to the conclusion that even if I was to get the fenders rolled it might not totally fix my problem. So I might need to do negative camber, nothing crazy 1 degree at the most. Is anyone else running a similar set up? Also how much of an effect would 1 degree have on my tire wear?


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