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Old 12-08-2012, 10:02 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 12-08-2012, 11:12 AM   #23 (permalink)
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I think hes lower than that now as he cut out his inner fender's. i know in the link i posted when hes fully dropped he can fit a dime standing up between the fram and the pave
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InfraRedline what suspension and wheels are you running right now? Assuming you have spacers? Imo ur cars setup looks great
Thanks man. Not running spacers, just properly setup wheels. 17x9 +30 offset drilled from blanks to 5x110. Suspension right now is just B&G springs.
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how much those wheels set you back if you dont mind my asking?
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Old 12-09-2012, 08:09 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Not at all. Was about a grand for the wheels.
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Old 01-31-2013, 09:48 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Thanks man. Not running spacers, just properly setup wheels. 17x9 +30 offset drilled from blanks to 5x110. Suspension right now is just B&G springs.
Hey i know this is really old but what size tires are you running and do they rub? and if so how bad?
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:59 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Hey i know this is really old but what size tires are you running and do they rub? and if so how bad?
They are 235/45's. A little too much sidewall for my liking but the price was right. A rub a little on the inner side of the front fender liners at almost full lock, and also rub in the rear if I hit a decent bump or take a really sharp hard corner at a decent speed, or do either of those things with much less intensity with a passenger lol. Doesnt bother me at all though.
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They are 235/45's. A little too much sidewall for my liking but the price was right. A rub a little on the inner side of the front fender liners at almost full lock, and also rub in the rear if I hit a decent bump or take a really sharp hard corner at a decent speed, or do either of those things with much less intensity with a passenger lol. Doesnt bother me at all though.
Okay thanks i was thinking of doing xxr 536 17x9 with +35 offset and i have some new 224/45/17's i was thinking of doing but i might do coilovers first cant decide
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no. on more than one site
top mounts on coil overs have camber plates for cobalt, wont work for Ion . Only coil overs I know of made for ION are Pedders. Check with Allan Kraska on here. he has them last i heard.
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