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19 inch rims, lowered?

This is a discussion on 19 inch rims, lowered? within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the General Help category; Just curious if I can put 19 inch rims on my WS6 and lower the car with the Eibach pro ...

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    2002 Transam WS6

    19 inch rims, lowered?

    Just curious if I can put 19 inch rims on my WS6 and lower the car with the Eibach pro kit. Does anyone have this setup? Did you have to roll the fenders or anything like that? Thanks

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    only have to roll the fenders if the offset is not close to the stock offset, or if you plan on runing some really wide rear tires i beleive...

    PM (private message) the Wheels and Tires MOD: Eugenio_SS, he should be able to help you out...

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    Depending on tire size, you might be okay but will probably have to roll fenders like mentioned above

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