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Old 08-18-2019, 11:24 AM   #785
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Just threw in some spc camber bolts, TRD springs, 17x9 et35 rpf1's in gunmetal/dark silver with 235/40 NT01's. The bead came out right at 9" and the sidewall is not stretched at all. Pretty damn happy with the outcome. I also support the million and one +1s on this setup, it really is a good fit for the car.

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I have trd springs too and thinking of getting this 17x9 +35 and wrap it with 245/40/17. Will there be issues with this setup? Thanks....
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I have trd springs too and thinking of getting this 17x9 +35 and wrap it with 245/40/17. Will there be issues with this setup? Thanks....
Might want to also get camber bolts to reduce the poke in the front, but otherwise this is one of the classic good combos in this budget.
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Might want to also get camber bolts to reduce the poke in the front, but otherwise this is one of the classic good combos in this budget.


Thanks.... where do you get the camber bolts? Any link?


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Thanks.... where do you get the camber bolts? Any link?
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Thanks again... the rear should be fine I think... I will get those camber bolts...


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By the way, did the OEM lug nuts work on the RPF1? And did you guys use the OEM toms sensor from the stock wheels?


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By the way, did the OEM lug nuts work on the RPF1? And did you guys use the OEM toms sensor from the stock wheels?


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Yes on the lugs
tpms is a personal choice on how much money you want to spend, could buy new ones, swap stock ones, could ignore them, up to you.
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Got it installed yesterday.

TRD springs
245 40 17
17x9 +35


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Got it installed yesterday.

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Super clean bro congratulations on the setup. How has the transition been from stock to this?
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Super clean bro congratulations on the setup. How has the transition been from stock to this?


Started with TRD springs first last year. Waited for the OEM tires to run out. Wheels and tires yesterday and I like how it turned out. Simple!


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Started with TRD springs first last year. Waited for the OEM tires to run out. Wheels and tires yesterday and I like how it turned out. Simple!


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Congrats! Looks beautiful. So just to confirm, these wheels actually do clear the stock spring perch? Are you able to take any pics by any chance? Just wanted to get an idea how far it actually is from the perch...

Any other rubbing issues lock to lock?

Also, how much is the drop on the TRD springs? How are you liking those springs paired with OEM shocks btw?
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The TRD springs are a perfect drop, I bought my car with them so I donít know the exact drop, but probably 1Ē?
Ride quality to me is controlled and slightly stiffer than stock springs. The rebound feels a little too strong on rough pavement.



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Congrats! Looks beautiful. So just to confirm, these wheels actually do clear the stock spring perch? Are you able to take any pics by any chance? Just wanted to get an idea how far it actually is from the perch...



Any other rubbing issues lock to lock?



Also, how much is the drop on the TRD springs? How are you liking those springs paired with OEM shocks btw?


No rubbing issues at all....



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