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Old 06-23-2010, 04:37 PM
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Lowered/Slammed people please help me. Rubbing fender

I have 275/35/19 on my rear right now. the offest is 40 i think. too much for coupe so i got 20mm spacers for the rear. It looks way better now, but it scrubs the fender area now. I thought it was scraping against the fender so i got it rolled but realized it wasnt the fender but the area little above it. How do you slammed people not rub that area? i'm not all that low and i'm rubbing it. i'm guessing im going to have to get 15mm instead of 20mm or get thinner tires. but i like my bfg's .
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pic looks like the rear is little higher than the rear, but its just the hill that's making it sit like that. usually it sits flat.
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pic looks like the rear is little higher than the rear, but its just the hill that's making it sit like that. usually it sits flat.

Most people will adjust to negative camber
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Several options.

1. Add a lil negative camber
2. Get a tire that is slightly more stretched
3. Do a lil pull
4. Deal with it. A lil rubber here and there won't hurt. I was rubbing a ton more than that. Basically my suspension wasn't set right and hardly had any give. Around turns on the offramp and driving straight with some dips in the road would cause a ton of smoke to come out, as if I was burning out. Here was mine...

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im running 275/35 on a +4 offset and im slammed in the rear on natural camber and i never rub.. you needa better roll/pull on those fenders
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Thanks guys. Well the guy only rolled the fender where it was sticking out. the edge of it. it was sticking out like inch or so. i was thinking of getting a bigger spacer for the rear so it will fill in the space little more but i guess i have to stick with this and live with a little tire rub. i really don't want more negative camber cause i already have few degress of negative and i can't afford new 275 every 6month.
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Let's try a little common sense your spacers are to big, get smaller spacers and your issues are solved. You could get smaller tires and have your fenders stretched but why?
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smaller tires and rolled flat ftw no? 255 in the back will solve everythang, you might even be able to back off on the neg. camber you already may be running.
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what kind of springs/shocks or coilovers are you running? It could be that your suspension is traveling too much for your current ride height. If you have adjustable dampening, you should stiffen it up some. If you have lowering springs that compromises performance for comfort, you might need to get the less comfortable ones for a stiffer setup.
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Let's try a little common sense your spacers are to big, get smaller spacers and your issues are solved. You could get smaller tires and have your fenders stretched but why?
Gary
well i've seen much more aggressive setup on G, and wanted input from them. If they scrape or what they did to resolve it.
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Let me know if you need to get rid of your 20mm spacers?

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