How are you guys rubbing issues now? As I posted on a different topic, I finally got around to taking my car in to have some rear camber added. They were able to add more than I want (1.3 deg more to each side) but I left it set that way so I can see how that effects the rubbing while I do some other work.
It's been cool here for this time of year but once it warms up I plan to pull my fenders some more both front and rear. Btw I do have a heat gun, I mainly mean I like to work on my car when it's warm outside, and of course that will help warm the paint also. I've been busy at work so I also have not had time to install my lightweight battery.
Once I get those things done I'll decide if and how much I need to raise my rear coilovers. I'll have to factor in that I also plan to drop the rear camber back around 0.5deg less cambered. Then I'm also gonna raise my front coilovers to keep the front vs rear gaps even. Then I'll get another alignment, reduce the rear camber a little and try to get my toe set very close to zero. Then hopefully when I go to front PSS's they'll fit without any more work.
This tire fitting with aggressive wheels, lowered suspensions, and trying to run decent tires is a pain!
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