Thanks man!you asshole .....i love all your work corey!
:lol:Nice stuff. I wish my trunk was that clean...lol.
You know I'm not that ballin!http://poplicks.com/images/money-toilet-paper.jpg
I really like the BC extensions. They look a LOT better than the extensions from Stance.
I'm super happy I got the extensions. It's made things SO much easier.
I got a dollar that says the Washington is dirtier than what you're trying to clean ...
lol.Benjamin Franklin says you're right....
Did you do anything with the fender liners? My wheels were rubbing them a lot too so I heat them up and remolded them.. So now I only rub the fenders :lol:Thanks for the big help lol.
Actually looked it up and my tires actually are 215/40/18 front so..it 24.77 and 24.48....
But my front already rolled and pulled like 5mm i think but it does still rubbing whenever i take a right turn hard/backing to my drive way or whenever i using full lock and there a little bump/dip
So i think my option right now are going smaller tires in the front like 35 series 215/35/40 and that might fix the problem...
Can i have the pic of ur front fender see how much it got pulled and ur wheel on full lock to see how much wheel space u got? thanks alot
And stupid question but....i know my rear is lower than the front...is it going to be a bad thing for the handling or performing anything like that?
A 215/35/18 would probably fix the problem or more negative camber. Or pull the fenders a little more. Mine aren't perfect by any means, but they are fine by my standards.
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I'd go with the easiest options first. Like checking the fender liners. And I'd probably buy stiffer springs before I bought new tires... Unless you can get them super cheap. There's lot of ways to take car of the issue, it's just what works best for you. I plan to move to a more aggressive setup eventually so I'm fine with how things are currently.