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      01-24-2013, 09:31 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by rorkor View Post
It really depends, in addition to driving style here are the questions to answer if you really need help figuring it out:

Is your set staggered?
What brand of tire?
What is the UTQG?
Are they RFT?
If not RFT, did you adjust the pressure to compensate for the suspension settings?
Did you change the dampening when you installed the lowering springs?
Do you see damage in the wheel well liner?
Is there paint missing on the well lip?
On the occasional burnout, how long do you slip?
I'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to mechanics, UTQG, RFT? The front tires are 9.5'' wide and the rears are 10'' wide, when I said burn out I didn't really mean the traditional kind, I meant burning some rubber around sharp turns occasionally . I'm lowered on st coilovers not just springs. I will check inside the wheel well lip.
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