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      07-20-2010, 03:25 PM   #1
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Biggest spacer for lowered car with 19" Iconz wheels

Im trying to determine whats the biggest spacer I can run for my car, or was wondering if anyone had a similar set up. I want for my rears only. im running a 19x10 on a 265/30/19 on an Iconz 880z wheel. I plan on rolling my fenders. Whats the widest most aggressive spacer I can use without over rolling my fender. i was thinking somewhere between 10-15mm possible? sorry for noob questions, i dont know much about spacers.

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we're gonna need the offset info...not sure if iconz discloses offset. you can also get a caliper and measure the distance of the tire you have now to the fender and figure it out that way.
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