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      06-02-2009, 10:32 AM   #133
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Many people have asked, and I did not see the answer...do you have any rubbing issues with the aggressive offsets?

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I've told people who PM'ed me. Not sure if I ever answered on the forum, but the fronts have plenty of room. No rubbing ever. The rear however does rub a little on compression. The top side of the tire will contact the inner part of the fender. I'll have to either get nitto/toyo tires next time or get 275 Yokohama Advan Sports next time (the current one are yoko 285's).
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      06-02-2009, 11:04 AM   #136
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I've told people who PM'ed me. Not sure if I ever answered on the forum, but the fronts have plenty of room. No rubbing ever. The rear however does rub a little on compression. The top side of the tire will contact the inner part of the fender. I'll have to either get nitto/toyo tires next time or get 275 Yokohama Advan Sports next time (the current one are yoko 285's).
I see, thanks. How low do you have the rears lowered from stock on the coilovers?

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I see, thanks. How low do you have the rears lowered from stock on the coilovers?

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I'm not real sure..there are a lot of pictures of my car with just the coilovers and the stock 18's for reference on how low it was dropped. You can see them here at the bottom

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=231678

The car was raised maybe 8mm to accomodate the new wheels.
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