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      04-21-2013, 09:28 AM   #23
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I didn't have to modify the front or rear fenders to run a 275 R-comp nor did I have to run more than -2 deg rear camber (range was -1.75 to -2.0). I was using 9.5et25 R and 9.5et35 F wheels.
the difference in offset at the rear may have made the differenc for you back there and the narrower rim up front as well. hope i dont need to roll the fenders but was part of my plan from the start as ive seen several such set ups needing it.
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the difference in offset at the rear may have made the differenc for you back there and the narrower rim up front as well. hope i dont need to roll the fenders but was part of my plan from the start as ive seen several such set ups needing it.
With the 9.5 wide rims I was able to run 275s using R6, RA1 and NT01 tires (and 265s with PSC tires) without rubbing.

Yes, I can definitely see the fitment issues with 10et25s without modifying F and R fenders, or running way too much camber and impacting handling.
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