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00000So I recently just put on new wheels and 10mm spacers[rear] - they're 235/40/18 square setup with 8.5 wide rims and I'm having rubbing issues on like small to medium sized bumps.
The noise specificlly seems to be comming from the rear right which I later inspected and only had a finger gap while the rear left side has a finger and a half gap...
I dont wanna look into why theres more gap on one side and not the other, just concerned with rubbing and how to deal with that...
Should I roll the fenders or should a 35 series tire in the back fix the problem... (235/35/18)
*This is a coupe with sport suspension
*I had 245/40/18 in the rear before this setup without the 10mm spacers and no rubbing issue
Zimmie (Mike) is StanceFactory, quit asking for other places
Mike and Jay will roll your fender....and you wil be happy..
they did my suspension...and I drove the continent and the frigging
busy 401 to get there.... lol