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      09-08-2007, 10:46 AM   #1
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Will a drop work with my wheels/tires?

I'm looking into a nice drop for my car but was curious if I could do it. I have NAD-4 Wheels staggered (19x8.5) 35 offset and (19x10) 40 offset with Falken 452's 19/35/235 and 19/30/265. When these were installed on my car, the tire shop said I had very minimal room when I cut my wheel hard left/right. Would a drop intensify this? I attached a couple photos below to help a little bit. I would also like some input on which drop kit to go with (that would work best, and look decent on my car). Thanks in advance!

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      09-08-2007, 11:51 AM   #2
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A drop will defnitely make it worse.
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      09-08-2007, 02:39 PM   #3
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You may want to roll your rear fenders your 19x10 are on the agressive side. If you go with a spring drop, go with the H&R sports for minimal drop I think you'll be close but fine with them, we have them in-stock here.

But best option is go with a coilover like a KW V2(so you can adjust it yourself) I'd still probably roll my rear fenders.
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      09-09-2007, 11:08 AM   #4
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Its fine. You got plenty of room in the back, the front might rub if you really slam the car. When you drop the car, the rear will butterfly, I am almost 100% sure you wont have rubbing issue in the back with a 1.5-2" drop. My car is slammed and I don't have rubbing issue.
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