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Old 06-05-2018, 04:00 PM   #1
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PPL WITH ALPHARDS! need advice.

was wondering if you tuck the rears, they are 9.5 ET40.

Ive had rotiforms which are 9.5 ET35 with maxed out camber (stock) and I was not able to clear the fender. the fender would hit the lip of the wheel.

anyone able to tuck em with the less 5mm? Pics?

thanks.
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Old 06-24-2018, 04:06 PM   #2
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was wondering if you tuck the rears, they are 9.5 ET40.

Ive had rotiforms which are 9.5 ET35 with maxed out camber (stock) and I was not able to clear the fender. the fender would hit the lip of the wheel.

anyone able to tuck em with the less 5mm? Pics?

thanks.
Some thing about hose Mercedes Alphards, the only OEM wheel I'd run... .

Those are staggard, if I had a set I'd trade with someone who also had a set, for the narrower ones.

EDIT: ...or have the hub center machined.

BUT that's just me... .

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