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      05-10-2013, 06:52 AM   #1
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Swift Springs and 295/30r19...will it rub?

Does anyone have this combo?

I have ordered some 19x11 +25 wheels and am going to put 295/30's on there. I'd really like to get the Swifts, but if they wont work i'll be getting the KW Sleeveover kit.

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      05-13-2013, 12:51 PM   #2
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After some research, it seems the Swift Springs lower the car the same amount as the RD Sport springs. (1"F, 0.7"R).

Seeing as people arent rubbing with 19x11 +25 wheels with the RD springs, I guess i'll be ok.

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      05-14-2013, 08:12 AM   #3
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with the 25 offset and running 295 you should be ok...

I am running Swift Springs with 19x11 +33 with 305 without any issues...
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I have Swift Springs
295/30/19 tires but my wheel is smaller than yours. I run 19x10.5 +28. A forum member fitted 305/30/19 on his rear using the same springs. He lives in hawaii I think so you could look up his wheel size
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depends on the brand of tire. AD08s will rub, slightly.
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      05-21-2013, 07:31 AM   #6
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depends on the brand of tire. AD08s will rub, slightly.
theyre PSS's
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theyre PSS's
You'll probably rub on the fender liner. Not a huge issue, and it will wear away. Probably will clear all the hard parts.
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