Damn, even with 8.8" wide tires, i didn't think those 9" wide wheels would stretch it that much...Does anybody make 225/35? If you had that would you still have had to trim and roll the fender?
You are running 18x8 front and 18x9 in the rear correct???... what offsets are you running if you dont mine me asking. Also are you running any spacers or the OTG shims??hip-2b-sqr said:The tires are toyo proxes;
front = 215/35/18
rear = 225/40/18
The rear tires could be a little lower profile and they would fit better, but I wanted that raked looked.
The way I read it was you have to have a widebody kit to run the 120's up front, you're golden if you want the staggerred look.Big_Kokujin said:Thats crazy, why to they say you have to have a widebody kit then? Well thats even better news.
Time for me to start donating plasma, blood, bone marrow, sperm and whatever else i can get money for.DTRAIN619 said:Taken from the Axis website:
"When we built the Axis Widetrack, we had the Scion xB squarely in our sights as one of the cars that it would look great on with the Maxis Lip System on the rear. We figured the 18x8 with the 90mm lip would be enough, and besides, you can't fit an 18x9 on the rear - there's no way we thought. Well we messed up by thinking and not doing it seems, as Nilo Miranda, the owner of SST (Scion Sport Tuning) and founding member/president of Scion Evolution told James it does work, and bet a Ruth Chris' steak dinner on it. James hates losing almost as much as he hates picking up the check at Ruth Chris', but last night he had to after Nilo brought his xB over and showed James what's up. We're not 110% sure what Nilo means by 'I just had to barely trim it in a few spots', but the trimming he did looks pretty mild, but the stance of this box is nothing but WILD! "