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Old 03-18-2010, 01:17 AM   #1
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fender work

so i put on my 19" ch's today, the set up i had with the ltw's was just a drop in the front with H&R sports with 15mm spacer in the back, plan was to lower the rear as well when i put the rims on, but i left the stock height and spacers in the back just to see what it would look like,put them on and fell in love, who knew poking was soo good haha rear end is a little too high but it looks so good that i'm going to keep it that way, problem is it rubs waaay too much, any bump i hit on the highway and any bump i hit on the street with another person in the car

anyways just wondering what kind of fender work do i need to do to keep this set up? would i have to pull my fenders? and if i pull them would i be able to not pull them all the way? i still wanna have a bit of the fender point down
thanks in advance and my bad about the big write up
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