right on . leave it stock height and if your aas are working its even better...magik8 said:
I would have liked to get white rims but couldn't find any that I liked. Perhaps I'll get them painted white in a few years.....or maybe I'll paint the stock rims white.
..and while I do agree some lowering would be nice, I don't want to lose the smooth ride. The eibachs/blues combo sounds good but that would not be in the near future. The previous owner had the stock aas struts replaced with some other gas struts so I wanna get some life out of them.
well i know the tries are a little big, so eventually in the futur i will buy 215/45/17 on the rims, but im just saying for now till im able to get the new tires for them u know. i might jsut even get the rims and keep them till im able to buy tires for them.magik8 said:I wouldn't buy them. To clarify, my tires don't rub at all, but it is VERY close to the rear strut perch (about 5mm). I'm not sure how much your GC's would help, but I think 215/45 is about the limit. If possible, see if you can try the rims/tires on the rear of your car and see if it works.