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Old 01-09-2013, 06:04 PM   #1
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What's the point of getting a staggered fitment?
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For a daily driver..would staggered wheels be good? Also what lowering springs would be good for a daily driver?
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For a daily driver..would staggered wheels be good? Also what lowering springs would be good for a daily driver?
I've never heard any problems if anything it should be a benefit. I was told earlier that H&R springs and mm castor camber plate go well together. I'm looking into that myself as we speak. I like the look of the BBK caster camber plate better though.
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Getting a staggered setup will cost more and be more pricey every time you have to get new tires. And you can't rotate them. Benefits are you have more meat to put you're power down and looks sick
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wider wheels out back for looks/traction but you cant rotate the tires. for a daily driver I would not recommend it. I would get spacers out back for the looks and maintain the tire size front/rear.
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