Just for fun.
- Apr 17, 2017
- Reaction score
- Anaheim, Ca
- 2017 Civic Hatch Sport Touring, 1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R
- Vehicle Showcase
Yes, to my surprise it rubbed quite a bit. The wife wasnt having any of that! lol. It would have simply be taken care of with more camber, but i chose to stand the tires up more for economical purposes. I do know TOE is the reason for tire wear..just keeping it "Mellow". =)Was it just rubbing in the rear?
To my eyeball, it looks like the rear are sliiiiiiightly out more than the front.
I wonder if 20mm spacers in the front and 10mm spacers in the rear would avoid the need to roll the fenders?
On a related note - I wonder why cars don't come this way from the factory? It's not as though there would be rubbing issues at stock height, even if you bottomed out the car, say, jumping a set of train tracks. (then you'd have other problems lol)
It looks so much cleaner, just simply looks more "correct", in a way real luxury cars look trim and athletic. Makes you say "That car looks RIGHT!" in a subconscious, can't-quite-place-it way... I'd think that would be good for sales!
I agree...i think cars look so much better looking flushed..but...they don't, so after market companies can benefit from this.