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Old 02-08-2010, 04:20 PM
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Rubbing arches

Ok I got some new tyres on for the rear on Sat (yokohoma parada spec 2) and now my arches are rubbing! The car is lowered but I haven't ever had a problem with the arches. Does anyone know how to sort this out? Should I get them rolled?
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Re: Rubbing arches

What size ar ethe tyres? What offset are your rims? Both of these will affect scrubbage.

Where do they rub? And yes, guard rolling is usually an easy solution.
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Both sets (old and new) are 215/40/17/ not sure about offset but this is the first time it's happened! Is rolling a big job? DIY maybe?
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Re: Rubbing arches

Easy DIY...if you have access to a guard roller



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Re: Rubbing arches

Make sure it is the guards and not just the bumper tabs first. If it is the guards then I would imagine that you would still need to trim the bumper tabs anyway.
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