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Old 03-22-2010, 03:50 PM
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with your stock heigh stick with the 15mm up front

once you plan to drop your ride, then adding a 20mm front and a 10 in the rear would set you off.

but if you want to get into the "hella flush" category then... thats a whole new ball park.
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depends on the look you're going for. If you put a 20 on the front then put a 10 on the rear.

Remember the lower you go the more your camber will pull your wheels away from the fenders.
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Old 03-22-2010, 07:38 PM
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but if i'm not lowering...
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Then you should lower it.
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lol 4dgs, im broke city right now. and i'm worried about spending more money after it's lowered. plus the roads around here arent the greatest.
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Dude, I live in Canada and my car is about to be a tic tac contained off the ground.

I say put the wheels on, see how it goes. Save up for the drop, then drop it. Then buy spacers accordingly.
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Dude, I live in Canada and my car is about to be a tic tac container off the ground.

I say put the wheels on, see how it goes. Save up for the drop, then drop it. Then buy spacers accordingly.
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Old 03-22-2010, 07:55 PM
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i've got the wheels on...



everyones saying i'll probably need spacers now in the front...

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on the safe side, yea. And 4DGS is right. He's crazy for dropping his that low for our roads here in Canada.

for sure drop it though, a mild drop would look a lot better, and yet you wont have to put on camber kits etc.
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I said this before, if you're not hitting the caliper then you don't need a spacer. If your wheel moves on a vertical axis then you have more problems than your brakes getting scraped.
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alright. thanks for all of you're help guys!
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Tire question

So currently I have 245/35 19x9" (F) & 275/30 19x10" (B).
Could I up my rears to 275/35 19? Is there a reason why the height size differs? I'm running all suspension on stock
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I currently have 245/35 19x9 (F) and 275/30 19x10 (R). Is there any reason why the height size differ? Could I go with 275/35 for my rear or will it trigger any braking sensors? All suspensions are stock.
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The diameter of the tire changes because the 2 numbers are actually ratios. So when one goes up, one gets elongated and vice versa.

You COULD run 245/35 and 275/35, but you would be better off running 275/30 instead. That keeps the diameters pretty close. If you have to large of a difference in diameter your speedometer will be either fast, or slow.

If you want to buy 275/35/19 I have a pair for sale!
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Ok guys, round two asking for verification of rims prepping for purchase today. *PLEASE* if anyone knows of any issues at all, please let me know!

First what I plan on picking up, then the questions I have-

MRR GT1 20" - Going with 20" for the better offsets and not needing spacers.
Rims: 20x8.5 +20 Front and 20x10 +25 in rear.
Rubber: 245/35/20 fronts and 275/30/20 in rear.

Questions-
A- Will I need hubcentric rings at all? I know my 06 coupe has a bore of 66.1, i could not confirm the bore of these rims. Can anyone confirm?

B- Car is not lowered but planning on putting coilovers on within the month. Any immediate issues with a moderate drop? Should I immediately be concerned with fender rubbing or can I simply do a small drop and be safe? I am in the middle of nowhere and fender rolling is non existent here.

C- With these tire sizes, will my VDC freak out or will I not have any issues?

D- Can anyone see any other issues with this setup?

Please let me know guys, I am ready to place the order today!
Thanks again, I owe the community BIG for all the help!

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