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Guys, i have a problem with bumping the front tyres to the edge of fender.I changed the front springs for stiffer ones but its almost the same. The wheel gap between tyre and edge of the fender,is around 5cm (i am not sure)...

any ideas?I dont change the wheels and tyres,because the tyres are new and wheels looks good.





 

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Not sure what you're asking. The tires rub on the fenders or there's a gap between the tire and fender that you don't like the looks of?

If it's the first one, then your options are pretty limited;

raise the car (if it's lowered) but this still may rub on certain bumps

get different wheels/tires

get a widebody kit
 

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How are ur shocks and what type of shock u running?
 

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i think, that on the rear are Monroes, i am not sure which type, but on the rear i have it...

which widebody kit u mean?
 

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Well u need shocks specd for lowering springs. I would replace them.
 

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what about Team dynamics Pro Race 1.2 17x7,5 and offset around 40 , tyres i want to keep, they are new and i am very satisfied with them
 

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Ever hear of rolling your fenders,lol? It helps these situations when you get lucky with the process.
 
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