I love those wheels what size did you get
Sounds like you need some Eibach Prokits.Thanks for the replies. I went out today to sort of figure an allowable drop, and here it stands: two fingers gap in the back and 3 fingers in the front...
I am thinking .75" in the front and .5" in the rear. Don't know what to do with the suspension
I will say this tho, these things handle like complete beasts with 245's on the back, it really is an animal lol
The offsets are +45 all the way around. I am worried about the wheel rubbing the fender. That is true regarding the eibach suspension travel being reduced because of the spring rate. Any insight with the given offset?If you could give your offsets, someone will be able to tell you if it will rub. Keep in mind, the Eibachs aren't just lower, they're stiffer so there won't be as much suspension travel as stocks. Are you worried about it rubbing the fender or the inside (top) of the wheel well?
Well after being a dumbass and pulling the factory rims out of the trunk to unload 100 lbs out of the car lol, its a solid 3 fingers on each side.I have 18x8 +45 in the back with 235/40s with a 2" H&R drop. With the 245's you may need to do some rolling/shaving of the fenders or dial in a bit of negative camber.