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Rear SSL's + 18" Wheels = Rolled Guards?????

JShaw

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Pretty much what the title says.
I've got SL's all round at the moment and am looking at chucking some SSL's in the rear to (obviously) put it down lower a bit more.
My question is will I have to roll my guards if I get this done with 18" wheels + low profile tyres?
Is anyone here experienced in lowering VZ's?

There is a photo in "My Ride" if people need clarification on current height, thanks heaps!
 

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Hey mate i have ssl with my stock 17", so i think you will deffs have to roll your guards.
 

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you dont need to roll your guards, just need a couple weeks to let the springs settle before you get a wheel alignment and it wont scrape if you have the right offset wheels
 

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you dont need to roll your guards, just need a couple weeks to let the springs settle before you get a wheel alignment and it wont scrape if you have the right offset wheels
if i need to get a cambre should i do that before putting on the ssl's? it's not a major cambre issue its just a bit .. 'wonky' haha
 

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see how the wheel alignment goes first, if the cambers too far out then put one in
 
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