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      05-06-2013, 11:01 AM   #1
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Which spacers should i run on 255/275/35 19 PSS tires + stock (non zcp)(suspension)?

Im thinking of buying 15mm rear? im not lowered.
Also do mind i have PSS wider than ps2s. I want to get the aggressive look without rubbing.

Have you personally ran this setup?
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      05-06-2013, 11:03 AM   #2
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Also i was thinking about getting these spacers
http://www.sonictuning.com/rennspace...acer-pair.html
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here's mine with hankook's, same tire size you mentioned, with ZCP wheels and suspension with TMS 12.5 mm all around...I would think 15mm in the back for you should work....but best bet would be to measure yourself...

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showpos...&postcount=216


here's a good DIY for it..

http://www.turnermotorsport.com/t-wheel-spacers.aspx
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Im thinking of buying 15mm rear? im not lowered.
Also do mind i have PSS wider than ps2s. I want to get the aggressive look without rubbing.

Have you personally ran this setup?
I would go with a 12mm in the rear, in our experience that is a safe size for the rear. Here is a thread of the spacers we have done

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthr...ht=eas+spacers .
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ive seen that thread till the end and still didnt get my answer. I was wondering if anyone ran it in the rear with the info i provided above
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update, after a few hundred miles and various driving situations I've noticed some slight rubbing in the rear, driveways and speedbumps mostly....I'll be removing my spacers and putting them up FS later this week....oh well...that stance alone with the tires, without spacers will be good enough for me...
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dracula, if you want for a set of usedv4 tms 12.5mm spacers...let me know..I'm local to you..
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I rubbed on the rear on 220M's, stock height 275/35 PSS in the rear with 12MM Spacers. Rubbed on any bump if I was going quick enough, and all bumps with passengers.

Now have 10MM, and they never rub. Moved the 12mm to the front and have had no issues.
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I rubbed on the rear on 220M's, stock height 275/35 PSS in the rear with 12MM Spacers. Rubbed on any bump if I was going quick enough, and all bumps with passengers.

Now have 10MM, and they never rub. Moved the 12mm to the front and have had no issues.
do you have any pictures of the rear stance?
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I can get some up here later.
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ok guys so i measured the rear; from the sidewall (where the tire spec writings are) to inner lip of the fender 5/8 of an inch, if i measure from sidewall top side where it rounds off its 7/8.
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