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      05-19-2011, 04:24 AM   #1
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Problem with my bbs lm-r

Hey guys i have a problem with my front wheels 20x9, 5 presented which proves that I may stretch the front tire. Does anyone have any idea what I should do?
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      05-19-2011, 08:46 AM   #2
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You have the 20x9 +8 LM-R wheel. Your tire size and brand look appropriate for that wheel, but the sizing you chose is very aggressive.

I'd suggest getting a height adjustable suspension, along with camber adjustment, to give the car the correct stance. You will need to lower the car significantly and increase camber to get the right look.
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get a wider tire
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Getting wider tire still would not work... you need to either raise it up or do a massive camber... or option 3 sell it and get the proper size and offset.
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Oki thanks for your help!
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What tire size are you running in the front? I would run a slightly wider tire if its possible.
I would also suggest buying coilover suspension and adjusting the camber.
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245 will be the widest I would do. You will RUB if you go 255. It's been covered many times. Rear, most have been running 275. I have 285 on my rear with no rubbing. I'm running the aggressive offset +8 front and +18 rear
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height adjustable coilover + camber plate + right tire (245/30-20) is the way to do that fitment!
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