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Wilwood BBK Installed (Stock CR wheels)

 
Old 08-10-2012, 01:24 PM
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You could probably run a 5mm spacer and it would be fine. That looks so incredibly close.
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Originally Posted by JoeyBalls View Post
You wouldnt happen to know the offset for the CR rims would ya?

fronts are +55, rears are +65
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Originally Posted by Manga_Spawn View Post
You could probably run a 5mm spacer and it would be fine. That looks so incredibly close.

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Update: Just got back from a 3hr early morning (5am start) backroad mischief across three states. I m sure I had the rotors glowing, needless to say, the brakes functioned without fail. These brakes are better then I expected.
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what size tires are you running and what alignment? no issues with rubbing?
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Its stock tire sizes, rims and suspension. A BBK would not affect or be affected by tire size or alignment.
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The KW V2's came in today however. Though Im not going to install them for a few weeks. I have been too busy at work. I just cleared off my work scheule today so I can take off to the woods. Bathe in the creek, eat squirrels and barries. Maybe a few insects. I'll be back in a week or two. Got to clear my mind.
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Old 08-15-2012, 10:35 AM
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Originally Posted by TheSnail View Post
Its stock tire sizes, rims and suspension. A BBK would not affect or be affected by tire size or alignment.
I know, I was wondering those for sake of rubbing issues due to using a spacer. I would like to run a larger spacer because that small clearance kinda freaks me out. I am also planning on increasing my tire size but if it's going to start rubbing I won't up it since I don't want to roll my fender.

How good do you think the clearance would be with say a 5mm spacer and 225 tires?

EDIT: I'll check out the tire guide myself to see if I can find my own answer haha
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^^^

At stock ride height you should be fine with the 5MM spacer/tires.
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Originally Posted by Vanishing Point View Post
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At stock ride height you should be fine with the 5MM spacer/tires.
With the 225 he's also getting 5mm of extra tire on each side of the wheel and a little more rolling diameter, too. How much camber do you have in the front, Eric? You may want to pick up the spacers and drive around with them on for a while before you pull the trigger on the BBK.
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