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I'm not looking for a lot of poke. You have to remember I'm wanting my tires edge to be flush fitting with my wheel edge. I don't want balloon tires nor do I want stretched tires. My end goal is a wheel fitment such as this
But without the stretch. I may have to run some stretch in the fronts but I don't think it will be much.
I'm getting my Forgestar F14s installed as we speak. I have the spec sheet from the distributor in front of me and I'm running a +35 offset in the front and a +48 offset in the rear. The wheels are 20" and I'm runnign a 9 in the front and a 10.5 in the back. If anyone cares to know what tires I chose, I went with Toyo Proxes 4. 295/30/20 R and 255/35/20 F. I will post pics very soon!
That Vossen car even has some sunken wheel syndrome going on. Like I was saying being from the import world where "fitment is everything" I want to be able to pinch a business card between my tires and rear quarters. Is that excessive, yes but isn't that what it's all about? I'm looking into IRS setups and if I can't find one I like I'll be looking into designing and manufacturing one.
Doing an irs setup for what? The SRA is fine if you know how to set it up. You dont need rear camber.
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