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Old 09-04-11, 10:55 PM   #16
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If you wanna run an 11" wide rim without pulling fenders or running negative camber you'll need a higher offset wheel about +50 or so
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Old 09-04-11, 11:03 PM   #17
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If you wanna run an 11" wide rim without pulling fenders or running negative camber you'll need a higher offset wheel about +50 or so
you're the man i wanted to see in this thread. aren't you running a +33 with just a shave? does air actually make the rear camber more?
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you're the man i wanted to see in this thread. aren't you running a +33 with just a shave? does air actually make the rear camber more?
I got the rear camber maxed out a negative as it gets with the stock arms. Also it cambers more negative when I drop the car
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I got the rear camber maxed out a negative as it gets with the stock arms. Also it cambers more negative when I drop the car
you got pics of your stretch? did u shave your rears all the way down?
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also, do you think running a 245/35 will give me more clearance than your 255/30?
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rolled front and rear. You could run a 245/35 but thats a little too much stretch for my liking
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rolled front and rear. You could run a 245/35 but thats a little too much stretch for my liking
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i know the stretch is extreme, but i kinda want the extra sidewall. i was worried about how thin a 255/30 is.
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anyone else with pics of 11" on a 245/35 or 255/30?
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245/35 achilles on 11. pretty good stuff
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235/35 nexan n3000 on 11
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should be good if u lower some more. im running 19x11 +11 and its cool with -5.5 camber
Is that using stock camber? Cuz the rear I'm using with Megans is 20x11 15offset.
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19x11 -1, 255/30, flared fenders. running minimal camber

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Is that using stock camber? Cuz the rear I'm using with Megans is 20x11 15offset.
HOLY CRAP nice bump lol. i'm actually looking at a set of wheels with exact width and offset as your wheels and i don't know what it takes to make them fit. any pictures of you car with the wheels? what size tires are you using? what did you do to the fender to make them fit?
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19x11 -1, 255/30, flared fenders. running minimal camber

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How much did it cost you to have your fenders flared? I like the way that looks!
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This might help guys. There was a thread a while back from a member trying to sell some Asantis. The fitments were 20x9 +15 F and 20x11 +15 R.

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[QUOTE=5t341th;6660810]245/35 achilles on 11. pretty good stuff
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I didn't know what the hell I was talking about. After I got the tires removed and cleaned them up
, I measured them again. I found out they are 20x10.5 +29 rears. Wish they where 11's, but hey no fender pulling now. This weekend I got some Achilles 225/35 on the 9's and 245/35 on the 10.5's. All I need to do is shave the fenders and install my megan toe arms now before I install the wheels. Getting tired of looking at the stocks.

Speaking of trimming the fenders. What's cheapest way to get that done? I read that a belt sander is best, but I really want to use a small cheap dremel or something. I don't need to keep piling tools up in my apartment.
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