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      08-03-2010, 10:18 AM   #1
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20" Wheels with Springs?

Im on Eibachs (Pro Kit) and was about to install HRE p40s with:
FRONT TYRES 255/30R20 92Y
REAR TYRES 285/25R20 93Y

Am I going to get rubbing?....
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Im on Eibachs (Pro Kit) and was about to install HRE p40s with:
FRONT TYRES 255/30R20 92Y
REAR TYRES 285/25R20 93Y

Am I going to get rubbing?....
I would guess that really depends on what Offset the Wheels are there are plenty of guys in the US running these tyre sizes and they tend to run their cars pretty much slammed.
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Tom - yep i'd agree it depends on the offset too and width too..

From a previous thread i think Taz said his ones rub - from the photo it looked like on full lock. you saw mine - they are the same size on the back as yours and i have 245/30/20 on the front.

offsets at rear is et25 and front is et32 - both are well inside the arches so if your's are the same i doubt your's will rub enough if lowered.

did you sell the exhaust?
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Tom - yep i'd agree it depends on the offset too and width too..

From a previous thread i think Taz said his ones rub - from the photo it looked like on full lock. you saw mine - they are the same size on the back as yours and i have 245/30/20 on the front.

offsets at rear is et25 and front is et32 - both are well inside the arches so if your's are the same i doubt your's will rub enough if lowered.

did you sell the exhaust?
I have a good offer, but then i decided not to sell at the last min, as i could not afford the Akra, and i bought these wheels instead!
Did you buy anything?
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