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 Post subject: Re: Stance, How to acheive it?
Posted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 3:19 pm 
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87SIlude wrote:
18x8 with 245s will rub front brake lines at full lock. 235s just touch.
Suspension wise id go ultralow fronts and pedders red springs in the rear have to go propper short throw shocks tho.


you can't just assume that that will be the case if you don't know the offset of the wheels.
if he's trying to get wheels that sit as close to the guards as possible, and he's talking 8" wheels, he will have plenty of room.

I've got 20x9's with 245's on my EF, no rubbing anywhere.

i've also had 18x9.5 on my EA with 235 and there was plenty of room on the inside.

both are very close to the guards, but thats what he's aiming for.

 

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 Post subject: Re: Stance, How to acheive it?
Posted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 4:14 pm 
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EBSKIDPIG wrote:
EFFALCON knows where I'm comming from. Coil overs will be on the cards, when and if I decide to get serious about my falcon. I've got some half f**k peders low shocks atm, but yeh might end up getting some stiff shocks and reset spings in the near future.

I love JDM styling and stance and I swear an EB has the shape and the wheel arches that would suit some stretched sidewall and dished wheel action.
Plus I havn't seen it done before either.
Can someone answer me this will I be able to fit 10 inch wide rims on the back?


I think XTT909 has 10" on the rear of his EB, check his thread the-garage-f53/xtt909-update-t66227.html
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 Post subject: Re: Stance, How to acheive it?
Posted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 4:21 pm 
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EFFalcon wrote:
87SIlude wrote:
18x8 with 245s will rub front brake lines at full lock. 235s just touch.
Suspension wise id go ultralow fronts and pedders red springs in the rear have to go propper short throw shocks tho.


you can't just assume that that will be the case if you don't know the offset of the wheels.
if he's trying to get wheels that sit as close to the guards as possible, and he's talking 8" wheels, he will have plenty of room.

I've got 20x9's with 245's on my EF, no rubbing anywhere.

i've also had 18x9.5 on my EA with 235 and there was plenty of room on the inside.

both are very close to the guards, but thats what he's aiming for.


Yea you're right mate. How's about if you have speedy graphites in 18x8 with 245s they'll rub on the brakelines at full lock.

Forgot he wanted sunraisers...for JDM stance...on a falcon...
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 Post subject: Re: Stance, How to acheive it?
Posted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 4:26 pm 
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EFFalcon wrote:
87SIlude wrote:
18x8 with 245s will rub front brake lines at full lock. 235s just touch.
Suspension wise id go ultralow fronts and pedders red springs in the rear have to go propper short throw shocks tho.


you can't just assume that that will be the case if you don't know the offset of the wheels.
if he's trying to get wheels that sit as close to the guards as possible, and he's talking 8" wheels, he will have plenty of room.

I've got 20x9's with 245's on my EF, no rubbing anywhere.

i've also had 18x9.5 on my EA with 235 and there was plenty of room on the inside.

both are very close to the guards, but thats what he's aiming for.


Yea you're right mate. How's about if you have speedy graphites in 18x8 with 245s they'll rub on the brakelines at full lock.

Forgot he wanted sunraisers...for JDM stance...on a falcon...
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 Post subject: Re: Stance, How to acheive it?
Posted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 8:25 pm 
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87SIlude wrote:
EFFalcon wrote:
87SIlude wrote:
18x8 with 245s will rub front brake lines at full lock. 235s just touch.
Suspension wise id go ultralow fronts and pedders red springs in the rear have to go propper short throw shocks tho.


you can't just assume that that will be the case if you don't know the offset of the wheels.
if he's trying to get wheels that sit as close to the guards as possible, and he's talking 8" wheels, he will have plenty of room.

I've got 20x9's with 245's on my EF, no rubbing anywhere.

i've also had 18x9.5 on my EA with 235 and there was plenty of room on the inside.

both are very close to the guards, but thats what he's aiming for.


Yea you're right mate. How's about if you have speedy graphites in 18x8 with 245s they'll rub on the brakelines at full lock.

Forgot he wanted sunraisers...for JDM stance...on a falcon...

dude, OFFSET is what causes things to rub. Not width in this case. Learn to read before jumping to conclusions.

 

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 Post subject: Re: Stance, How to acheive it?
Posted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 9:39 pm 
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87SIlude wrote:
EFFalcon wrote:
87SIlude wrote:
18x8 with 245s will rub front brake lines at full lock. 235s just touch.
Suspension wise id go ultralow fronts and pedders red springs in the rear have to go propper short throw shocks tho.


you can't just assume that that will be the case if you don't know the offset of the wheels.
if he's trying to get wheels that sit as close to the guards as possible, and he's talking 8" wheels, he will have plenty of room.

I've got 20x9's with 245's on my EF, no rubbing anywhere.

i've also had 18x9.5 on my EA with 235 and there was plenty of room on the inside.

both are very close to the guards, but thats what he's aiming for.


Yea you're right mate. How's about if you have speedy graphites in 18x8 with 245s they'll rub on the brakelines at full lock.

Forgot he wanted sunraisers...for JDM stance...on a falcon...



Ya havin a go at the sunny's on a coon ay der bradda?
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