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Old 02-17-2019, 03:31 PM   #57
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No rubbing in the back that I can see. And there's only 2 spots up front where it's rubbing, that I can see: small spot on the front bottom liner, I think I can get that with a heat gun. Another is the Rally Armor mudflaps, or more specifically, the bottom inside portion of the bracket. I'll definitely do some cutting and grinding.

As far as LCA's in the back, the lift kit I bought came with extra 1-inch spacers for the whole subframe, so I'm not sure LCA's are even necessary. This is what I got: Spacers

The knocking sound, my theory is that because the struts now sit 2 inches lower, the end-links push the sway bar lower and it's making contact with the steering shafts. I've ordered shorter end-links, see if that fixes the problem.

Will take more pics when I install the end-links, do some trimming, and get a wash.
IIRC They both had rally armor flaps and both had to remove the front ones due to rubbing. So that may be the issue.
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Old 02-19-2019, 04:35 AM   #58
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So I'm thinking instead of cutting the bumper and grinding the rear of the fender, what if I try to fold them over instead. For the bumper, since it's pretty much just plastic, would heating it with a heat gun and folding over work? For the fender, I'm thinking of taking a hammer to it and folding it inside the body work. Then simply re-drilling the holes for the fender liner. Because if I cut the bumper and grind the fender, how would I attach the fender liner. I definitely don't want to daily this car with no liners!

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I think @JazzleSAURUS mentioned in an earlier post that he had made some customer fender liners for @LiftedBRZ.

I wonder if the Leh Keen Project Safari 911's are running customer fender liners as well?
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I think @JazzleSAURUS mentioned in an earlier post that he had made some customer fender liners for @LiftedBRZ.

I wonder if the Leh Keen Project Safari 911's are running customer fender liners as well?
New mounting points, sheets of PU, push pins. They are less sophisticated than the OEM ones, but do what they can. The widebody is not included.
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So what are the limitations of the stock arms? Looking at a 1” or 1.5” strut spacers but don’t want to get aftermarket arms or drop the subframe.
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Finally snapped a couple.
15x7+48 MR501-VT's, 205/75/R15 front and 215/75 rear.
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Ugh, I had planned on going to the SOFR but something else came up that weekend. Looks like a blast.
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Found these under an All Japan Rally heading I believe. Looks like 15'' gravel spec rally wheels but they are clearly doing some tarmac as well in the photos.

I still keep going back to the idea of the 15'' wheels with an all season tire for just hoonish street/forest road fun.

Any ideas about potential road tires?
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Any ideas about potential road tires?
I use Firestone Destination A/T's.
But I also do mostly gravel.
They've been good.
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Here's a few pics from our weekend up in Minnesota @ Ojibwe Forests Rally.




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