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Old 11-19-13, 12:53 AM   #1
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Ok so I know I'm probably going to get some flaming for this but oh well. This kind of thing is a lot more mainstream now days so maybe it will go over a lot better than it used to.

I got this 92 sc300 factory 5spd car a few years ago and haven't really had a chance to build it until now. I have been doing a lot of interior and stereo work, which by now needs more work and needs to be finished. Anyone interested in that thread can check it out here.

http://www.clublexus.com/forums/sc-4...r-rebuild.html

For now it's time get the fitment dialed in before finishing the body. As of now the car is sitting on Stance GR+ coilovers with a shine auto kit. Wheels that are going to be used are Riverside Trafficstar STR. Fronts are 19x10.5 +10 rears are 19x11.5 +10. Still deciding on tire sizes but probably going with 225/35/19 front and 245/35/19 rear. I'm in the test fitting and fender rolling phase right now.

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That's gonna fit perfect with a bit of stretching and camber. Looks sick already!
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Old 11-20-13, 02:27 AM   #3
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Started rolling and pulling fenders tonight. I'm not in a big rush so I'll probably do one a night after work. Got the drivers side rear pretty much there. Won't know for sure until I get tires mounted but it's a big difference from stock.




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Also got my brand new 97 grill today
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I was wondering how much pull ( in mm ) can you achieve by using Eastwood (or similar ) fender roller?
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Nice choice of wheels and fitment. I actually broke an Eastwood fender pulling my quarters around an inch.
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I don't think I'll ever understand the whole big negative camber thing.

But I do love Impact's stereo work.

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Nice choice of wheels and fitment. I actually broke an Eastwood fender pulling my quarters around an inch.
So 1 inch max you sayin'?
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I was wondering how much pull ( in mm ) can you achieve by using Eastwood (or similar ) fender roller?
Measuring from the tire on the rims I have now to the edge of the fender I have a difference of just over an inch but I know I can pull probably at least another half inch if I need to. Gonna get tires mounted on the rims and see where it sits from there.
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So 1 inch max you sayin'?
If you have patience and take you time you can pull pretty hard. Remember to use lots of heat and you may possibly need to have a rubber mallet to help smooth out some areas
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I don't think I'll ever understand the whole big negative camber thing.

But I do love Impact's stereo work.

Shane
Thanks man, stereo is still a work in progress and will actually change up quite a bit from before. I know the camber thing is a love hate relatioship for most people lol
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I think this is going to be pretty slick looking, and I agree the "camber' thing is a love/hate thing? I'm sure you're going to pull this off...I've seen how you guys get down in HI-you guys good some skillz bro!

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Subscribed. I love your stereo work. Im pretty sure this thread won't disappoint. Keep it up
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Rolled the pass rear fender. It's pretty much there for now, Just need to make adjustments once I get the tires mounted.


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This is going to be an interesting thread. How was the fitment with the Shine Kit?
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Nice start man gonna look sick when its all painted and fitted.
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