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SSV Wagon rolling guards

Ron91

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Hey guys,
I'm lowering my SSV wagon this weekend.
I'm putting SSSL king springs in the front and SSLHD in the rear with Monroe sports short shocks.
I currently have the stock 19" wheels but will be looking at buying the hsv 20" pentagons soon.

My question is will I need to get my guards rolled or anything extra done after lowering it? (First car I've had lowered).

Cheers
 

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No you will not have to roll your guards.
My rear sits pretty low ( About the same height as SSSSL ) and tucks tyre and still have heaps of room when i had SSV wheels
I also have a good friend with Pentagons on his wagon and the thing sits flat on the ground with no rolling. Im almost positive that all Genuine Holden rims will never need to be rolled due to the widest are 9.5's on the rears
 

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Beautiful cheers guys.

And just a simple wheel alignment afterwards too yeah?
 

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Well they are standard hsv wheels.
9.5" rears and 8.5" fronts.

Dunno what the offset is though
 

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The correct answer to the OP would be:

"It depends on the offset of your new 20in wheels".
Fine then

If your plan on running genuine HSV VE Pentagons which are 20x8.5 36P fronts with 245/35/20 tyres and 20x9.5 56P rears with 275/30R20 then there's no rolling required.

If its factory it'll fit
 

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Ok that makes sense,
Cheers ducker
 
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