Originally Posted by schadenfreude
Hmmm, I thought I'd be OK with 15s and the Eibachs since I won't have as aggressive of a drop as people with RD Sports/H&Rs, and 15's are pretty popular in the rear. Maybe what I'll do is have them put the 15's on the rear, and if it looks tight, have them hold off on the spacers altogether while I swap the unopened set for 12s. Was the rubbing present with your track wheels or stock, and what's the width difference?
I'm hoping to get them installed next week, but I have to find a day to get it done. It's been a busy 2 weeks for me.
The rubbing is occurring with the stock 18" wheels. I believe that the offset is the same for the 18" and 19" so I would anticipate some rubbing with the 19" as well, unless you run narrower tires.
Although there does seem to be people running 15mm spacers in the rear around here, I would be careful. You may try to put them on and drive around a bit. The slight rubbing that I got did not cause any damage to the car, but it was noticeable on the outter edge of the tires.
Let me know how it goes.