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      09-04-2012, 11:00 PM   #1
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I have H&R Sports on my ride with some H&R 12mm in the front and 15mm in the rear. I also have the 220 wheels wrapped in Hankook Ventus V12 Evo K110's 255/35 and 275/35.

The question; has anyone had or knows someone who has/had a similar set up and switched the spacers around? I have very minimal rubbing in the rear and was thinking about just switching the spacers. It may be minimal and YOU my drive like that, but I'm an anal prick and seek some perfection in an imperfect world! Especially if I'm paying for it...

Even a pic for an idea of how the front will look in comparison to the rear would be solid. I just don't need my shi*t looking retarded and have the fronts looking pushed further out than the rears.

Anything remotely helpful would be cool. Thanks guys!
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most people run 15 front and 12 rear on stock wheels not the other way around.
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Swap em. I dont like the bulldog look. But most people do run 15 front and 12 rear.

I like the idea of matching spacers myself. So go 12mm in rear and get some 12MM for the front if you want.
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most people run 15 front and 12 rear on stock wheels not the other way around.
Well I'm behind the power curve to avoid having the "other way around" set up. I'll switch them around. Thanks bro!
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Swap em. I dont like the bulldog look. But most people do run 15 front and 12 rear.

I like the idea of matching spacers myself. So go 12mm in rear and get some 12MM for the front if you want.
I'll start toying around with the set up. I wasn't sure what the favored set up was for those size tires/spacers. I appreciate it bro!
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