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Old 06-02-2019, 04:05 PM   #1
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Lowered Toyota gt86 trd, need help

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I recently put bc extreme low coilovers and 18x9.5 gram lights 57dr and running 225/40/18 in the front and 235/40 in the rear currently. The fronts have been rubbing, I have splash guards still in. What would be my best bet to do. Should I raise it a little? Roll my fenders or just need to remove splash guards? Any recommendations are highly appreciated.

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Hello, all

I recently put bc extreme low coilovers and 18x9.5 gram lights 57dr and running 225/40/18 in the front and 235/40 in the rear currently. The fronts have been rubbing, I have splash guards still in. What would be my best bet to do. Should I raise it a little? Roll my fenders or just need to remove splash guards? Any recommendations are highly appreciated.
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Jack the car up, remove the wheels, and look at the wells.


That will tell you why the car is rubbing
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Burn car, buy a Civic.
Once tires rub it's all over.
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I would suggest raising it up a quarter inch at a time until it stops rubbing. If you still rub and want to stay super low then you will benefit from fender rolling as your wheels are pretty wide for a stock fender. I have 17x9 et38 wheels with 245-40 all around and have no rubbing with a two finger gap all around. Still plenty low and still functional.


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You need to figure out where it's rubbing before doing anything...
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Sounds like you need some front camber. What's it set to now?
FWIW I'm running 245/40-17 on 17x9 +35 with 3 degrees front camber and it didn't rub when lowered 1.5"
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