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Old 05-11-2013, 04:48 PM   #1
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Will these rims/tires fit??

Looking at these rims. Just what I was looking for tire and wheels. Would they fit my 2000 v6 vert??

I think I may need spacers??

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Old 05-11-2013, 04:55 PM   #2
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it will fit. and yeah get some spacers for the rears
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Should I get the 1.5" spacers for just the rears? Or all around?
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u should be good with a 1" or a 1.5" and just for the rear. or u can fo a 1" up front and a 1.5" in the back
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Ok, do these size tires pose any problems if I want to lower my car about 1.5 all around?
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nah thats a good drop. droping it 2" or so thats when u might need to roll ur fenders, or hammer
them a bit from the inside a bit using a rubber mallet thing
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nah thats a good drop. droping it 2" or so thats when u might need to roll ur fenders, or hammer
them a bit from the inside a bit using a rubber mallet thing
Thanks for you help man! Much appreciated
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Thanks for you help man! Much appreciated
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