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      02-11-2014, 02:08 PM   #1299
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Nice Deebo. I love 230s. Just need some spacers to be in the "stanced" thread. You're closer to "slammed". Definitely looks great though.
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Hey guys,

Figured this would be a great place to ask my question in regards to fitment, since most here have likely had the same issues. I'm lowered on BC racing coils and having issues with rubbing in the rear. I'm on OEM style 230 wheels, which are 19x9 +39 offset, with a 15 mm spacer bringing them to a +24. Running a 255/30/19 Michelin PSS. I love how the tires perform, but the square sidewall creates a lot of issues. My fenders are rolled with a slight pull and I cut out a good section of the inner plastic lining that was rubbing as well, so I'm thinking it must be rubbing on the area where the fender and rear bumper meet. Should I just go nuts with a dremel and hack the shit out the metal/ plastic in that area? Or should I just accept that with this type of setup I'm going to rub and just live with it? Here's a pic of my car for reference. Thanks for the help in advance.
Pull your rear wheel off and inspect the fender for signs of rubbing. It is quite possible you are rubbing at the fender to bumper location.

At any rate your best bet and likely the easiest in the long run will be to get your rear fender lips trimmed.
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Hey guys,

Figured this would be a great place to ask my question in regards to fitment, since most here have likely had the same issues. I'm lowered on BC racing coils and having issues with rubbing in the rear. I'm on OEM style 230 wheels, which are 19x9 +39 offset, with a 15 mm spacer bringing them to a +24. Running a 255/30/19 Michelin PSS. I love how the tires perform, but the square sidewall creates a lot of issues. My fenders are rolled with a slight pull and I cut out a good section of the inner plastic lining that was rubbing as well, so I'm thinking it must be rubbing on the area where the fender and rear bumper meet. Should I just go nuts with a dremel and hack the shit out the metal/ plastic in that area? Or should I just accept that with this type of setup I'm going to rub and just live with it? Here's a pic of my car for reference. Thanks for the help in advance.
Bumper bracket, dremmel it.
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Not much of a front end at the moment until the new bumper gets installed.





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Awesome, thanks for the help, I guess I'm making a trip to Home Depot to buy a dremel. I'll try to get some better pics once I've got her cleaned up and spaced out the fronts a little more. I'm at a 12mm spacer up front currently and thinking I can get away with a 15, possibly an 18.
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Looks good, klove. Splitter off for winter? What bumper you getting? I am thinking about doing that to my roof as well...
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Tee what are your camber setting front and rear?
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Tee what are your camber setting front and rear?
sup man..currently they are sitting at -3.5 all around. i might need -4.5 to fit the next set.
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sup man..currently they are sitting at -3.5 all around. i might need -4.5 to fit the next set.
Good shit sir!

My cars so damn boring now that I changed my wheels, rolling stock spaced out right now, nothing special.

Thinking about getting the 325 back to stock and listing it up for sale. M's are getting cheap!! I just wish my style 5's would fit over the brakes.
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Hey Tee
Just tried pm-ing you but yr box is full.

I know u must have heard in millions but yr car and the stance is just amazing!

Im after a bit of info pls if you dont mind. Basically ive bought some wheels in 19s 8.5 et7 & 10 et 2.5

Yeah some crazy off sets. Without camber or anything the rear sticks out like 25mm

Anyway i wanted the details of the set up yr running in terms of wheel width, tyre sizes, et, spacers, camber and fender work and any other pointers you may have pls.

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Hey Tee
Just tried pm-ing you but yr box is full.

I know u must have heard in millions but yr car and the stance is just amazing!

Im after a bit of info pls if you dont mind. Basically ive bought some wheels in 19s 8.5 et7 & 10 et 2.5

Yeah some crazy off sets. Without camber or anything the rear sticks out like 25mm

Anyway i wanted the details of the set up yr running in terms of wheel width, tyre sizes, et, spacers, camber and fender work and any other pointers you may have pls.

Thanks
8.5 et7 is easily done on the front although I wouldn't call 8.5 agressive

10 et2.5 is also easily done in the rear.
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Still can't beat that stance!..

Will hopefully be in here soon enough once I get my new set of wheels ordered up
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Good shit sir!

My cars so damn boring now that I changed my wheels, rolling stock spaced out right now, nothing special.

Thinking about getting the 325 back to stock and listing it up for sale. M's are getting cheap!! I just wish my style 5's would fit over the brakes.
yes get the M pls lol, im sure you will put some crazy fitment on it. ill prolly keep mine for another year and advance to an M or 4 as well

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Hey Tee
Just tried pm-ing you but yr box is full.

I know u must have heard in millions but yr car and the stance is just amazing!

Im after a bit of info pls if you dont mind. Basically ive bought some wheels in 19s 8.5 et7 & 10 et 2.5

Yeah some crazy off sets. Without camber or anything the rear sticks out like 25mm

Anyway i wanted the details of the set up yr running in terms of wheel width, tyre sizes, et, spacers, camber and fender work and any other pointers you may have pls.

Thanks
hi and thanks gaza, any reason why you picked those offsets? imo youre just cheating yourself out of necessary contact patch. with another extra -2.5-3 of camber to make those look decent/fit/driveable youll be left with a 235.35 on the rears leaving you about 4inches of useable tread. Not to mention a 205-215 on the fronts...over all a low offset/spacer would be a nice solution to fine tune after a max width had been determined on how close it sits before it hits the inner strut and how flush or far its from the fender line axis.

Select the camber you want to run all around to start this gives you a reference on where that wheel width sits with suspension loaded (rear dynamic camber). The front camber on our setup will not change with compression. I selected my specs with all those points above mentioned, this was like 5-6 years ago so during that time it was trial and error with tire selections/spring rates. for the most part i knew i wanted 15-20mm of poke @-3.5. it was a process but its been sitting the way i wanted for the past year finally.

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19x10.5 +15 235.35 fk coil body with koni race struts with 18kg ksport spring @-3.5 with 15mm poke. ground control plates

19x12.5 +27 275.35 koni shocks with 24kg ksport spring @-3.5 20mm poke. megan camber arms

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Still can't beat that stance!..

Will hopefully be in here soon enough once I get my new set of wheels ordered up
thanks mark!... the wheel game keeps this hobby fun! ill keep an eye out on yours :P
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yes get the M pls lol, im sure you will put some crazy fitment on it. ill prolly keep mine for another year and advance to an M or 4 as well



hi and thanks gaza, any reason why you picked those offsets? imo youre just cheating yourself out of necessary contact patch. with another extra -2.5-3 of camber to make those look decent/fit/driveable youll be left with a 235.35 on the rears leaving you about 4inches of useable tread. Not to mention a 205-215 on the fronts...over all a low offset/spacer would be a nice solution to fine tune after a max width had been determined on how close it sits before it hits the inner strut and how flush or far its from the fender line axis.

Select the camber you want to run all around to start this gives you a reference on where that wheel width sits with suspension loaded (rear dynamic camber). The front camber on our setup will not change with compression. I selected my specs with all those points above mentioned, this was like 5-6 years ago so during that time it was trial and error with tire selections/spring rates. for the most part i knew i wanted 15-20mm of poke @-3.5. it was a process but its been sitting the way i wanted for the past year finally.

my setup:

19x10.5 +15 235.35 fk coil body with koni race struts with 18kg ksport spring @-3.5 with 15mm poke. ground control plates

19x12.5 +27 275.35 koni shocks with 24kg ksport spring @-3.5 20mm poke. megan camber arms

shaved fenders
45psi cold all around



thanks mark!... the wheel game keeps this hobby fun! ill keep an eye out on yours :P
haha I tried to PM you too! I'm sure you get sick of the fitment PM's but I'm going to ask anyways

Is there any way I can run 275.30 with 11" (Forgestar F14 SDC) without rubbing? Higher offset? I'm KW dropped. I know a few guys are running 265's with 11" +25 but I don't want a stretched tire...or a very minimal one at that.

I'm starting to think I may have to go 10" to achieve the look I'm going for -

(also the plan is for 9.5 +20ish up front with 235/35)

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hi game, yes you can run a 275.30 11+40 (2mm from flush) at least -2.8 with a roll. far as rubbing be choosy with the 275 brand...you can start with a toyo t1r which is like the most narrow from all the other brands. the 235.35 on 9.5 sdc front stretch would match nicely with rears. rub might vary or none pending on ride height.

i left the pm box full cause i can reply back and forth with one person and it fills up way to fast as deleting gets annoying. im not sure if theres a space cap on writing on my wall tho so i just have ppl do that instead.
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yes get the M pls lol, im sure you will put some crazy fitment on it. ill prolly keep mine for another year and advance to an M or 4 as well
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haha I tried to PM you too! I'm sure you get sick of the fitment PM's but I'm going to ask anyways

Is there any way I can run 275.30 with 11" (Forgestar F14 SDC) without rubbing? Higher offset? I'm KW dropped. I know a few guys are running 265's with 11" +25 but I don't want a stretched tire...or a very minimal one at that.

I'm starting to think I may have to go 10" to achieve the look I'm going for -

(also the plan is for 9.5 +20ish up front with 235/35)

Your car is perfect with the wheels you have, you cant beat it!!
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