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Old 02-24-16, 10:23 AM   #131
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I run 275/35/17 Hoosier A6s on mine, but i have a GD.

If you need help with the right tire size for the GR i can help there too, lots of GR experience.
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I run 275/35/17 Hoosier A6s on mine, but i have a GD.

If you need help with the right tire size for the GR i can help there too, lots of GR experience.
We appreciate the help a lot!!! Thank you.
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Old 09-08-19, 01:41 AM   #133
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I have a set of 18x9.5 +40 NT03s with 265/35 Continentals from my '15 WRX that I'd like to fit on my '13 STI. I know I'll need 10mm spacers up front, rolled rear fenders, and I'm planning on swapping in a 2015+ OEM strut/spring, so I'll be about 1" lower than stock.

Does anyone have any idea how much camber would be needed up front to make sure the 265s don't rub while being lowered 1"? I'm hoping to not have to run more than -2.5° as this is my daily.
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I have a set of 18x9.5 +40 NT03s with 265/35 Continentals from my '15 WRX that I'd like to fit on my '13 STI. I know I'll need 10mm spacers up front, rolled rear fenders, and I'm planning on swapping in a 2015+ OEM strut/spring, so I'll be about 1" lower than stock.



Does anyone have any idea how much camber would be needed up front to make sure the 265s don't rub while being lowered 1"? I'm hoping to not have to run more than -2.5° as this is my daily.


Depends on how low it actually is. I think I had had to run -4 degrees of camper up front with about a 1 or 2 finger gap. After pulling the front fenders I was able to go to about -2.2 degrees.




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Depends on how low it actually is. I think I had had to run -4 degrees of camper up front with about a 1 or 2 finger gap. After pulling the front fenders I was able to go to about -2.2 degrees.

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Hmm, -4 degrees would probably be more than I'd be comfortable with for daily use just due to camber wear on the tires. Appreciate the reply, I figured it would be a long shot asking here since the thread was long dead, but I hoped someone would have an idea!
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Hmm, -4 degrees would probably be more than I'd be comfortable with for daily use just due to camber wear on the tires. Appreciate the reply, I figured it would be a long shot asking here since the thread was long dead, but I hoped someone would have an idea!


Yeah, it can be quite a bit actually. If your toe is in check then you shouldn’t see too much camber wear, at least that quickly. A slight roll/pull and you can get away with less. With a 245 tire you can go to about -2 to -2.5 degrees.


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Ideally I'd like to stick with a 265 on a 9.5" wide wheel, but I wouldn't mind stepping down to a 255 maybe! 245 might be a bit stretched, so I think a roll in the front might be the way to go to run minimal camber with a 265/255.
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Ideally I'd like to stick with a 265 on a 9.5" wide wheel, but I wouldn't mind stepping down to a 255 maybe! 245 might be a bit stretched, so I think a roll in the front might be the way to go to run minimal camber with a 265/255.


Good idea. 265 look so meaty.



I think this was -2.3 front and -2 rear


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Ugh, that looks so good. That settles it, unless I run into anything serious, I'll be fitting mine soon. Pic of my '15 with the NT03s!

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