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Old 11-07-2018, 09:53 PM
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Hey guys, I'm looking into picking up some AP2v1 wheels for my AP1.
Was looking for some pictures of them on cars with springs.
I bought Swift SPEC-R springs. Will I need to roll fenders?
THANKS!
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You'll be able to find pics of Swift drops in the gallery section if you browse. No fender work necessary with just running stock wheels and a drop on lowering springs.
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Here is a pic of my AP2V2 wheels on Swift Spec R. You wont need to roll fenders at all, everything works just fine.

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Yeah no fender roll needed. With OEM wheels you only need to roll the fronts if you slam the car. Swift springs are a very minimal drop.
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Originally Posted by Jake Johnson View Post
Hey guys, I'm looking into picking up some AP2v1 wheels for my AP1.
Was looking for some pictures of them on cars with springs.
I bought Swift SPEC-R springs. Will I need to roll fenders?
THANKS!
You will not need to roll the fenders unless you install spacers. Stock fitment is quite conservative.
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