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I knew someone would run this set-up. I think the rear has a 4" lip! :eek: No info on rubbing, if any. Looks sweet IMO!!


 

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Boooooooo...I do not want to see that pic...

speaking of widetracks

I should have gotten those, i don't think they would have rubbed either.


 

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Maybe i should just use the 50s as spares and get the 110s...
 

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He's lowered on coilovers, about 3 inches I believe.

He had to roll the rear fenders for it to work.
Nope no coilovers for that car. Just Eibach springs that where cut 1 coil in the front. And you dont really need to roll the fenders. Just trim them and you will be fine. I installed them for Nilo at my work, Island Motorsports.:p
 

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Whats the better way to go, trimming or rolling? Better in all aspects? Which one is easier?

I'm thinking of running the 50s up front and the 110 in the back...that way i can do 3 out of 4 setups, not counting 80, 110 all around.
 

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Well cutting is way eiser and faster. If you need more clearance after the cutting, then its time to roll. When rolling, if you put enough pressure, you create a flare so the more you roll, the more flared you will be.
 

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Trimming will probably cause your wheel wells to rust out if you don't make sure to get a good amount of paint on them and make sure everything is still sealed up afterwards. Rolling is your best bet if you can get a roller.
 
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