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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-21-2011, 11:37 PM
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You will need -2 degrees of front camber or a tad more to clear this setup. I know this because my old setup was 18x8 +30 with a 225/40 tire.

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I am having the same issue with a stock suspension. I just put a set of 17x7 wheels with 225/45/17 tires on my car. I wondering if you guys had any ideas on how to solve the issue. They seem to be rubbing on where the quarter panel is rolled into the wheel well when i hit a good bump or drive through a dip on the road. I try to avoid as many as possible but you can't clear them all. I got the wheel and tire package from wheelfire.com, they have 100% fitment guarantee. I have emailed them but won't here but until monday or so.

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YOu need to roll your fenders


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Is that something a body shop could do for you. I'm not sure I'd want to do that on my own.
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probably.

most local forums have a "guy" that does it locally...... best bet is to hit up the local automotive forums and find out who the best in town is. Usually they will come to you and do it for you @ your house too


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I'm not real sure if there is a forum for the Fredericton area. Is the anyone in or around Fredericton that would be available to do roll my fenders some time this week.
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