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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V General Discussion Discussion, Rubbing with forgestars? in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; Originally Posted by Race Bannon Good eye sits at -2.7 factory specs if I remember are -2.0 max.... extreme? Maybe? ...
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    FuzzyLogic is offline Banned
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    Re: Rubbing with forgestars?

    Quote Originally Posted by Race Bannon View Post
    Good eye sits at -2.7 factory specs if I remember are -2.0 max.... extreme? Maybe? Compared to my M3 not really. It's not my DD so tire wear is a non issue and again no rubbing!
    edit: toe is at factory specs, saves the tire by far the most to have the toe dialed in as I'm sure most people know.
    I based that off your ride height and my alignment. I'm at -2.2 in the back, but I'd like to reduce that to about -2.0. Might have to ream out the adjustment bracket a bit.

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    Re: Rubbing with forgestars?

    I don't mean to thread Jack, but what do the forge stars run u guys? Damn good looking wheel.

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    Re: Rubbing with forgestars?

    $1625 to my door but I bought after the group buy they had here.

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