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      01-31-2019, 10:17 AM   #23
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I have installed 11/11 on Quickburn7 and 15/11 on my other local customer with Nardo Grey.
H&R doesn't make 10mm unfortunately.

Some is using 12mm on the rear.

I would say 15/11 or 15/12 is perfect setup.

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I reckon 10mm or 12mm for the front is spot on, but I don't think the back needs anywhere near that much. A 5mm spacer maybe, but certainly nothing more.

It's the front wheel that is really tucked in and needs to come out. The rears are actually pretty good how they are. I'd sooner leave them be than put use a spacer that's too big. It makes the car look weird.
This ^ 100%
The front wheel is what really needs to get kicked out, but 10mm does the trick. The rear is very minor.

Not to threadjack, but I have my other 10mm set that I found I didnít need in the FS section.
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Please PM me for 15F/11 or 12R
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both front and rear need spacers unless you go with a wider fitting wheels.. but to each its own :-)
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Here's what a 10mm front and NO spacer rear look like for reference... I get that some like a more aggressive stance in the front/rear, and that's OKAY!







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I did 12mm Front and 11mm rear. I'm running 19's at the moment.
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any alignment issues once spacers are applied?
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any alignment issues once spacers are applied?
No alignment issues
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