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Old 09-29-2021, 11:35 PM   #2535
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From Laguna Seca last weekend. Our project car "Blub".
18x10 +35 offset. No spacers rear, 5mm spacer front.
-5į front and -3.5į rear camber. No roll.
265/35/18 Goodyear SC3R
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Old 11-24-2021, 12:16 AM   #2536
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Has anyone had any issues with rubbing against the parking brake line in the rear? Is there anyway to relocate the line? I’m trying to avoid running spacers so I don’t have to add more negative camber
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Has anyone had any issues with rubbing against the parking brake line in the rear? Is there anyway to relocate the line? Iím trying to avoid running spacers so I donít have to add more negative camber
Do you have aftermarket rear control arms? With the stock arms, you can see in the photo below that the Ebrake cable goes through at bracket to help keep it from rubbing.

https://static.ed.edmunds-media.com/..._toelink_a.jpg

On many aftermarket control arms, the bracket is removed and the cable can get in the way when running wider fitments. Most people will simply use a few zipties placed strategically to solve the issue. Just be sure to not make them too tight and the cable still need to be able to move on the inside.

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After going through the 182 pages I’ve learned a lot!!!
I am currently on stock suspension with no modifications on my 13 BRZ.
Just bought some Option Labs R716 18x9.5 +35 offset.
Looking to run them on 255/35/18 Firehawks Indy 500
Will these fit on stock suspension? After reading I know 38 offset will rub strut, but hopeful I’ll be ok with 35 offset
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After going through the 182 pages Iíve learned a lot!!!
I am currently on stock suspension with no modifications on my 13 BRZ.
Just bought some Option Labs R716 18x9.5 +35 offset.
Looking to run them on 255/35/18 Firehawks Indy 500
Will these fit on stock suspension? After reading I know 38 offset will rub strut, but hopeful Iíll be ok with 35 offset
That fitment will be pretty aggressive on the fender side. For reference we offer an 18x9.5" ET40 (5mm less poke) and with a 255/35-18, we recommend a minimum of -2 degrees camber front and rear. With a track oriented tire that runs extra wide closer to -3 degrees front and -2.5 rear are needed. With an ET35 offset, the needed camber will be a bit higher. This fitment will be tricky without adding coilovers, front camber plates, and adjustable rear arms to dial in the right alignment specs.

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That fitment will be pretty aggressive on the fender side. For reference we offer an 18x9.5" ET40 (5mm less poke) and with a 255/35-18, we recommend a minimum of -2 degrees camber front and rear. With a track oriented tire that runs extra wide closer to -3 degrees front and -2.5 rear are needed. With an ET35 offset, the needed camber will be a bit higher. This fitment will be tricky without adding coilovers, front camber plates, and adjustable rear arms to dial in the right alignment specs.

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Thanks Ian appreciate the info!!!
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I just did mine!






265/35/18 A052
Titan 7 T-S5 18x9.5 +40
Tarmac 2 Clubsport, camber maxed out in the slotted hole
Subaru conical washers
Pedders offset front strut top mounts

No other changes from OEM. Slightly rubs sometimes and throws rocks all over the place. I love it.
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Old 09-22-2022, 11:42 PM   #2542
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18x9.5 +40 on 275/40/18 Nitto NT01

Ask me anything, here's the specs:

- Volk TE37SL 18x9.5 +40
- Rays Closed-End Lug Nuts
- Nitto NT01 275/40/18 R
- Nitto NT05 265/35/18 F
- HKS Hypermax GTIV Coilovers

Front: No modifications, zero rub, full lock, all bumps
Rear: Pulled rear fenders, trimmed rear bumper inside and inner bumper clip, doesn't rub daily driving unless going over train tracks or a nasty bump, it will graze the rear bumper. Clears the fender 150%
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Old 09-24-2022, 11:49 PM   #2543
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Ask me anything, here's the specs:

- Volk TE37SL 18x9.5 +40
- Rays Closed-End Lug Nuts
- Nitto NT01 275/40/18 R
- Nitto NT05 265/35/18 F
- HKS Hypermax GTIV Coilovers

Front: No modifications, zero rub, full lock, all bumps
Rear: Pulled rear fenders, trimmed rear bumper inside and inner bumper clip, doesn't rub daily driving unless going over train tracks or a nasty bump, it will graze the rear bumper. Clears the fender 150%



this looks great. Do you have any close up pics of the areas you trimmed in the rear?
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Old 11-28-2022, 12:50 PM   #2544
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this looks great. Do you have any close up pics of the areas you trimmed in the rear?
Thanks man! Car is in storage an hour away from me now. I'll get pics next year in the spring and do an update if I remember to haha
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