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Old 10-13-2012, 05:21 PM   #11
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Hmmm, ok. So I won't get the Falken's. Thanks Geezer.
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What suspension setup did you have?



Thanks Gentlemen. So since the 225/45/15 (23.0 in dia) are a shorter height tire than the stock 195/60/15 (24.2 in dia), would that prevent (or at least decrease) the rubbing mentioned even though they would be on a 42mm offset wheel?
i was on KW v1 coilovers. but regardless of the springs, they all hit the bumpstops in the same spot when you hit big bumps. shorter tire will help.
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Thanks man. Would the KWv1's or H&R race springs be stiffer?
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They're similar in the front. HR is stiffer in the rear just because it's linear, not progressive like the KW
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