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Old 03-10-2013, 05:17 PM   #1
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Tire rub

Is anyone running the H&R super sport springs with 17x10 with 315s in the rear
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u wont rub dont worry about it
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Alright man thanks
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Is anyone running the H&R super sport springs with 17x10 with 315s in the rear
I am, only rubs on certain inclines but no worries
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I have 18" 315s with H&R SS, no rub.
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I have 18" 315s with H&R SS, no rub.
How do you not rub? I have 18" 295s with H&R SS and my side wall it ripped all to hell. I don't have isolators though. Which I will put in soon.
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How do you not rub? I have 18" 295s with H&R SS and my side wall it ripped all to hell. I don't have isolators though. Which I will put in soon.
I have polyurethane isos. It adds just a bit of height.
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I have polyurethane isos. It adds just a bit of height.
I figured that's why I'm rubbing. I'll be adding some soon.
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I figured that's why I'm rubbing. I'll be adding some soon.
Helps the squeaking too.
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Helps the squeaking too.
I don't have speaking yet. In due time I'm sure.
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