- 07-18-13 07:07 PM #91
Haha awesome, thanks buddy
- 01-11-14 06:15 PM #92Cadillac Owners Connoisseur
- Automobile(s): cts-v
- Join Date
- Feb 2009
- Long Beach Ca
Re: Opinion - Matte Black, Piano Black, or Gunmetal on Infrared CTS-V?
Normally i give fuzzy a hard time for what he says but to the guy who complained about tire rub, that is on you. Aftermarket wheels are designed normally for a stock height vehicle. once you lower it you need to make sure the wheels still fit in the wheel wells and that the tire you pick also fits. normally the less of a finger gap you have the less you can have the suspension allow vertical movement. With my h&r's the car looks great sitting still but on the track or with people in the car it would have a slight rub in the rear. many ways to fix it.
1) run a stretched tire
2) run a smaller diameter tire
3) run the stock tire size
4) raise the vehicle
5) alter the fenders ( roll them)
6) change the suspension.
We dont drive supras or other cars with huge wheel wells and fuzzy gave you some good tips and the other guy with an issue took them to heart. Even with my Lg's im going to get my fenders rolled to some degree when i get some wider wheels.
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