Depends how low you are. The only thing I had to do was cut the fender liner in the front and bend the tabs up. The rear had about a finger size space till it touched the fender.Ive seen a lot of people with this set up.
Just curious what kind of fender work, if any was needed?
Looking good! I wanted the same setup too but in chromium black but all XXR 527s are back ordered til mid June..Depends how low you are. The only thing I had to do was cut the fender liner in the front and bend the tabs up. The rear had about a finger size space till it touched the fender.
You do not need to roll fenders with these specs. I ran 18x8.5+35 and it was pretty much flush. So with 8.75 width it might poke out very little.Somebody answer this.
If you are going to drop that low. You do not need or require to have it. You will get the sunken look, kinda like how that picture looks. When you go low, the car will have a natural camber which it makes it look tucked into the fenders. If you want it to look flush where it looks straight with the fender you will need a camber kit. You only need the rear camber kit as it cambers more in the rear than the front if you plan on getting a kit. Hopes this information is helpful to you.With those rims and lets say 215/40/18's. Would you require camber kit? I have Tein SS and I'd probably drop it close to what the pic looks like.
lol, are you kidding bro. It's in the title of the thread.What's the offset on those?
Maybe it wasn't the same size/offset. Chilloutlol, are you kidding bro. It's in the title of the thread.
OP, that size and offset will easily fit with a 225 tire with minimal work. +20 would be a little crazier, you would probably want a 215 tire and will definetly need to roll and run some camber.
you'll have some fender work to get those 10's to fit. That's a staggered setup too. So I'd suggest 215 in the front and 225 in the rear.I was planning on getting the 521's also, but 18x8.5 fronts, and 18x10s in the rear, How do you guys think that would look? planning to get 215/40/R18 tires