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Old Tue, Nov-07-2017, 06:55:19 PM   #261
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Yup, same here. Like you I want to keep the stock lines and not pull the quarters out. Mine are rolled but I still need to get them flatter. Such a pain on this car though. In the meantime I had to drop down to a smaller spacer to avoid rubbing.
I'm still waiting for you to take the trip to my house so I can roll it for ya!

You're already pretty rolled but we may be able to squeeze a little more out of it.
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Old Tue, Nov-07-2017, 07:50:11 PM   #262
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What spec/tire size?
Square 18x9.5et22 with 265/35 PSSs. Had a 10mm spacer in the rear and it sat damn near perfect, but I had to drop down to 7mm because of the rubbing.
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I'm still waiting for you to take the trip to my house so I can roll it for ya!

You're already pretty rolled but we may be able to squeeze a little more out of it.
Haha, yup. Hopefully our schedules can line up before I put the car away for the winter.
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Square 18x9.5et22 with 265/35 PSSs. Had a 10mm spacer in the rear and it sat damn near perfect, but I had to drop down to 7mm because of the rubbing.

Haha, yup. Hopefully our schedules can line up before I put the car away for the winter.
Gotcha. I'm thinking about trying a 12MM ~ ET3.. Lol.
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Old Wed, Nov-08-2017, 07:26:13 PM   #264
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Gotcha. I'm thinking about trying a 12MM ~ ET3.. Lol.
dat fitment doe lol
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Got the decals on and adjusted the front height a tad.




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For some reason with such meaty tires they need to be a little sunk in to look right (at least for the fronts). With them being so flush you risk it looking like an off road 4x4, at least from that angle shot.

Love your car btw, my favorite setup is with the 19” te37
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For some reason with such meaty tires they need to be a little sunk in to look right (at least for the fronts). With them being so flush you risk it looking like an off road 4x4, at least from that angle shot.

Love your car btw, my favorite setup is with the 19” te37


Thanks man!

They actually sit just under the body. No poke at all. Above pic appears that way. I'm also not a fan of the wheels/tires sticking out.

Can see a little better here, I don't have any shots head on.




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Amazing man, you've done well with this car. Absolutely love it, just keeps getting better! I thought the pg1's were awesome but this et up is great. Grigio with the cinnamon and bronze te's just work so well.
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Wowza that looks great!
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Amazing man, you've done well with this car. Absolutely love it, just keeps getting better! I thought the pg1's were awesome but this et up is great. Grigio with the cinnamon and bronze te's just work so well.
Thanks Dylan!

I agree. I didn't think I'd love this setup as much as I do. Just looks like it was meant to be this way.

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