That looks really great as far as filling the wheel wells out. Did you end up using any spacers at all?
No rubbing with that setup?
No rubbing at all, nothing. Plus these are really quiet tires.No rubbing with that setup?
I've got the steelies on mine, but also a set of 17" 5-spoke G35 wheels from a 2004 sedan (almost perfect fitment, according to all the specs... weird) that have been sitting in my garage for almost a decade. I know I'll probably have to drop to 60-series (or 65), but those tires are dope.
Thanks for the pic and info, man.
What spacers are you using?The biggest tire I’ve ever personally fit on a stock height element was 225/70/16. Had zero rub. Now lifted with an aerogenics kit 2” front and 1” rear with a 1” rear trailing arm spacer all the camber adjusters front and rear and 235/70/16 tires. Rubbed a little when the suspension would extend in the rear. Current setup is 20mm (3/4”)wheel spacer in front and 25mm (1”) in rear and now no rub.
Some cheap amazon ones. Supposedly they’re 6061 aluminum with grade 10.9 studs. They are however hubcentric which was nice. Haven’t had any issues. I do make sure to check torque on the spacers when I rotate the tires and change the oil every 3k or so.What spacers are you using?
Ok, Now that I have installed my 3" HRG lift, the rear tires rub against the struts. I have ordered 20mm spacers that should fix this. I chose 20mm because the rear tires and front tires will have the same offset look with this spacer.No rubbing at all, nothing. Plus these are really quiet tires.
Which spacers? I'm looking at evening out the front and rears too.Ok, Now that I have installed my 3" HRG lift, the rear tires rub against the struts. I have ordered 20mm spacers that should fix this. I chose 20mm because the rear tires and front tires will have the same offset look with this spacer.
I will post pics after.
(I originally put this in another thread, but figured I'd update here as well)225/75r16 scrubs on the outside with an et6 offset at stock height. And the back rubs the fender liner with weight.
That’s ~ 40mm spacer. 25mm should be fine. That leaves you 10mm more space than I had if the tire treads are all the same.
and you only rub when going near full lock (do you do a lot of u turns in residential neighborhoods? Probably not a big deal)
rock your tires with love