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Old 06-04-2008, 08:21 AM
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trouble with ET?

Hi! I find a good seller of a buddy club sf P1 rims

There are 18x7.5 ET42.

Our ET is 55, these mm with the lenght of the wheel are very closest for Luda.

What I do? camber kit with disabled 4WS?or a little more up the k-sport struts?

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i believe you mean "offset" not et.
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i believe you mean "offset" not et.
Right, the offset = ET
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camber kit is a good idea.
The bad thing about 4ws is that you cannot rotate your tires. The rear get worn out as well. :sad:

check out this thread: Recommended Tire size & Offsets!
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