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Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-16-12, 09:07 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
Just a flat roll all the way around with a fender...

Just a flat roll all the way around with a fender roller. I might have done a tad bit of pulling in the process but it was minimal.
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-16-12, 04:18 AM
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Posted By FutureSC
It's a yearly thing that Virginia requires. With...

It's a yearly thing that Virginia requires. With some of the terrible roads in my town and the amount of time I spend driving it up on ramps it isn't worth going any lower. But the Virginia State...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-15-12, 06:59 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
Honestly, I failed for my suspension being...

Honestly, I failed for my suspension being arbitrarily too stiff. They couldn't even give me a real number on minimum suspension travel. They just said the body didn't move "enough" when they pressed...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-15-12, 06:26 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
My setup: 18x9.5 and 18x10.5 et 15 front and...

My setup:
18x9.5 and 18x10.5 et 15 front and rear.
Tires 225/40 and 255/35 respectively.
Just got it aligned today so I have exact camber numbers too. -3 degrees up front and -2.5 in the back....
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-14-12, 08:55 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
Go with a 225/40, 255/35 setup. I would take a...

Go with a 225/40, 255/35 setup. I would take a picture of my setup with slightly lower offsets than you but it happens to be pitch black outside right now.
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-11-12, 09:59 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
@ASTERiSK You should be fine with those specs if...

@ASTERiSK You should be fine with those specs if you have a bit of camber. You're not going to need such a stretched tire though. That 225 you're talking about would be a little rough.
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-19-12, 06:47 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
CheddarSC4: Depending on your camber, your wheel...

CheddarSC4: Depending on your camber, your wheel itself will poke out around a little less than a half inch, but your tire sizes will be perfectly fine if your fenders are rolled. Hope that helps.
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-08-11, 07:49 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
True, I thought of Cherplex's setup but didn't...

True, I thought of Cherplex's setup but didn't think to mention it. He's also running a very high offset if I remember correctly. Somewhere in the +50's I believe. It's tough to find a wheel like...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-06-11, 04:48 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
JDunlap, also, don't forget to measure the width...

JDunlap, also, don't forget to measure the width of your wheel from where one side of the tire seats to the other, not from lip to lip. Thanks mitsuguy for all the math and examples, my brain is too...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 08-04-11, 07:44 AM
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Posted By FutureSC
^^^ How wide are your wheels? And you can roughly...

^^^ How wide are your wheels? And you can roughly measure the offset of your wheels with a tape measure. We can only be as helpful as the information you give us.

And welcome to the forum!
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 07-20-11, 02:42 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
fixed it for you 433937

fixed it for you

433937
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-22-11, 02:27 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
Go ahead and try it but if you come back and say...

Go ahead and try it but if you come back and say it looks funny I'll just be here to say that I told you so haha. When you get into those bigger diameter wheels you will lose a little bit of ride...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-20-11, 08:52 AM
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Posted By FutureSC
I've seen bender's car, and just let me point out...

I've seen bender's car, and just let me point out that Work Emitz's (the wheels that he's running) cost around $2500 in those sizes if you can even find a set. Quality wheels are worth their weight...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-19-11, 11:32 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
Sometimes an 18/19 or a 17/18 stagger looks...

Sometimes an 18/19 or a 17/18 stagger looks alright but two inches different looks funny I think.

It seems like you don't know what much about wheels/widths/offsets so I would recommend reading...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-19-11, 05:43 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
Please don't try and get those wheels. It says...

Please don't try and get those wheels. It says that offsets are for FWD cars meaning most likely they're really high offsets. Second, the widths of the wheels are anything but impressive. Also, a...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-19-11, 08:10 AM
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Posted By FutureSC
I can tell Lu that that's way too much tire for a...

I can tell Lu that that's way too much tire for a 19. Depending on what width tire you're going to be running, most likely you'll run a 35 or 30 series
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-16-11, 08:39 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
Just run a smaller height ratio tire ie. if the...

Just run a smaller height ratio tire ie. if the SC in the pic you posted runs a 245/40/18 in the rear, which is what it seems like, then you should run a 245/35/19. He might be running a 255/35/18...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-16-11, 06:53 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
http://www.rimtuck.com/thumbnails.php?vehiclemake=...

http://www.rimtuck.com/thumbnails.php?vehiclemake=Lexus&vehiclemodel=SC&diameterr=19&sort=1

This is as close as I can get you, put in those offsets here:...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-15-11, 05:00 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
Yeah those rears are gonna poke quite a bit

Yeah those rears are gonna poke quite a bit
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-09-11, 12:36 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
well 265/40's are going to be a slight stretch on...

well 265/40's are going to be a slight stretch on the rears, and you could run either the 20 or 27 offset, just with the +20 you might have to pull the fenders just a little bit. and if you want to...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-08-11, 12:37 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
You're going to roll your fenders right? And what...

You're going to roll your fenders right? And what are you going for? Maximum traction with a huge tire size or something with a little bit of poke? The fronts will definitely fit with a roll
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-05-11, 07:40 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
Yeah I have 215/40's on mine up front and they...

Yeah I have 215/40's on mine up front and they are skinny as s***

And considering the overall wheel and tire diameter, I was doing some calculating and a 225/40 matches up almost exactly with the...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-05-11, 01:52 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
And can I ask what size you're running up front?...

And can I ask what size you're running up front? Your offsets are nearly identical to mine so just trying to get a gauge. I really just need to get these 215/40's and 225/40's off my rims
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 06-04-11, 02:45 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
Anyone happen to have a picture of a 245/40/18 on...

Anyone happen to have a picture of a 245/40/18 on a 10.5 inch rim? I've searched everywhere and can't seem to find it even in this thread or on tyrestretch.com

thanks

edit: oops, did some more...
Forum: SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 10-12-09, 12:23 PM
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Posted By FutureSC
I didn't want to leave you hangin ESScee after I...

I didn't want to leave you hangin ESScee after I saw your post in the other thread so here's a pic of Dx3's car with the 18x8's up front and they clear fine. As for the rears that you have posted,...
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