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Old 04-21-14, 10:24 PM   #1
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Default 19x9.5/19x10.5 +22 fit? Tire Size? Fenders already rolled.

I already have my fenders rolled, tabs shaved and liner flipped up.

Will these fit w/o much more modification? Currently on OEM wheels, so I feel like I'll need a camber kit... but will I need it for the front and rear?

And lastly, what tire size would be reccomended for this set up? Don't mind a little stretch as I've had set ups similar to this on other vehicles.

Anyone have a pic of thier car with a similar size?
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I should mentioned only the rears are rolled/tab cut. Will the fronts need to be rolled/tab cut with this set up?
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Should fit with a bit of camber and 225 front 245 rear
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Should fit with a bit of camber and 225 front 245 rear
in both the front and rear? What about sidewall for the 225 & 245, 35 or 40 sidewall?
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35s for both front and rear.
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I'm actually trying to run the same set up right now with varstoenn's so I'm going to be constantly looking at this thread. I haven't done anything to the fenders yet. Can you link me to the thread regarding how you shaved your fender tabs and flipped the thing. Going to rent a roller soon as my coilovers are coming. BC R 14k/12k
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225-35/245-35 setup camber kit from Megan cost you around $500 for 3 piece or figs $650 for 2 piece set up. I'm running this setup volk and I rub on dip on the rear. Front I have no issue unless I hit a hard dip cause my coilover are 10/8k rate.
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Right now I'm running that setup with bc coils 14/12 235/35/19 and 265/30 the front I have spc balljoints maxed out and got rid of any rubbing but on the back passenger I rub on hard bumps with about 1 finger gap which I will need to fix
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I saw someone running the same setup but his tire size was 215/35 front and 235/35 rear. Does that require a lot of stretching?

Does the 225/35/19 245/35/19 require just a bit of stretch?

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I have this setup, I did major fender roll and pull and completely cut off my fender tabs as well as into the metal towards the plastic piece behind the bumper and glad I did cause it would rub on my wheel as low as I am... In the rear also had to do camber arms and at -3.3 in the rear and now clear no problem
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I haven't done anything to the fenders yet. [img]http://**********.com/4ce9.jpg[/img]
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How much it will stick out in the rears
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I'm running 19x9.5 19x10.5 +22 with 225/35 & 255/35.

Front & rear fenders rolled, front bumper tab relocated, and megan rear camber kit. No pull.

Minor rubbing on dips.

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