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Old 12-03-2012, 02:08 AM   #1
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Rubbing on tires

I'm looking into some 18x10 18x9 saleens & fr500s.
I can't decide which ones I want.
Help!
& will I have an issued with rubbing?
My car is lowered in eibach sport lines about 1.5 on the back.
Would I have to roll my fenders?

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i'd roll them...the only reason you aren't having issues now is because the back wheels are so small
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i'd roll them...the only reason you aren't having issues now is because the back wheels are so small
How much does it cost to roll them?
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Rent a roller..usually its a deposit fee...to make it cheaper find a buddy in need of a roll and split the rental fee...get both done
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Ive seen deposits range from $100+
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I'm looking into some 18x10 18x9 saleens & fr500s.
I can't decide which ones I want.
Help!
& will I have an issued with rubbing?
My car is lowered in eibach sport lines about 1.5 on the back.
Would I have to roll my fenders?
I'm running H&R springs lowered about 1 1/2-2" with 17" FR500 9" fronts 10 1/2 rears no problem at all with rubbing.
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I'm running H&R springs lowered about 1 1/2-2" with 17" FR500 9" fronts 10 1/2 rears no problem at all with rubbing.
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I have 18 saleens with 275s all the way around. Only scrubbing i get is when i hit a bump. The wheels fit right up under the fenders
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