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    Another rim question?????

    If I put 18x9.5 rim w/245/40/18 tires with a +38 offset, would I need to do any fender mod??? Still have stock suspension!!

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    Yea you will need to do some modification.. Your still stock height so your safe for now but still will rub pulling in and out of driveways or turning hard, passengers in car


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    So doing a fender roll will do it??

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    Why not use an 8.5" wheel instead? Less weight, and a better overall match...
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    I think I might just go with an 8.5"

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