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Old 09-08-2012, 11:40 PM   #1
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Will it fit?

Ok so I have these:
18"
and these:
215/35R18
and I want this:
1.4f 1.5r
or this:
2.0f 2.2r
Now I'm new to the whole lowering thing but I do know that I will probably need to roll my fenders and definitely need a camber kit for the rear. But does this look ok or am I going to run into problems?


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Old 09-09-2012, 02:38 AM   #2
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I've got a 2" drop on 215/40zr18 with 45mm offset. No fitment issues what so ever in the front, I had to roll the rear. (only rubbed with back seat occupants). You won't need a camber kit unless you go lower than 3", but you will need a alignment.




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The factory camber adjustments will handle the 2.2 drop in the rear?
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Yea they'll handle it. Just not nessassary.
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Sweet deal. That's exactly what my wallet wanted to hear :P
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