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      04-28-2008, 11:22 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by T i h o r View Post
Hmmm. Well If I do decide to go ahead and roll the rear fenders, do you know if I would need to do any work on the front if I go with the +30 offset in the front?

I figure it's all or nothing ye know? Like I either don't touch any fender, or I roll all of them lol.. I must say though, I'd love an aggresive stance. I think I'm just a little bit too shyt to make it happen.

Do shops roll fenders too, or is this like an underground kinda practise?
Yes, any reputable tuner shop should be able to roll your rear fenders for ~$100. You can't roll the front fenders though since they are plastic.

I think that the +30's on the front (8.5" rim) with 235/35/19's should be fine. They are aggressive and should sit flush, but I don't think you should have any clearance problems with them since a lot of people run that size. With that said, I like to speak from experience and my own front wheels are NOT that aggressive (although I would like them to be) so I can't say with 100% assurance, so I'll let someone else confirm this. I am willing to bet that they are fine though.
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