Originally Posted by blackna
I am stock height gentlemen. Sorry, I should have mentioned that. I'm not sure if I'm going to lower it or not. She is my DD and I am getting the R model lower spoiler in the mail any day now. I don't want to risk scraping it all up.
So if I do lower it at all; I was planning on getting the R suspension. I am more into filling up the fenderwells at stock height than slamming it down. Jersey roads are not very kind.
Thankyou all for your input. I'll let you all know on friday how its going.
I apologize for any confusion our call caused. Our intention was to make sure you would be happy with your wheels and tires when they arrive.
Unfortunately not everyone researches their purchases as thoroughly as you have and so we ere on the side of caution when reviewing orders. We don’t expect the application to rub but on rare occasion on a car that may not be “straight” it does.
The other concern is the look. The low offset and wider tire fill up the fender well more that the some other fitments. It’s a great look and most people like it, especially if you are willing to force extra air into your cylinders.
For some it is too aggressive, it does through more road debris on the side of the car and sits out from the body of the car as it curves under.
We don’t know in advance what is your personal preference.
We call because of our testing (we have an mechanical engineer (an ND grad and a club racer) on staff and cad/cam tools we use to measure wheels and vehicles) and feedback we receive from customers. We’ve found it is easier for customers if we address concerns and correct possible issues before the product arrives than to have to ship product back and forth. A five minute phone call can save time in the long run.
I traced your order and UPS shows the wheels and tires out for delivery today. There is a delay in reporting at times so they may have been delivered.
I appreciate your business and expect that you will love the new wheels and tires.
Tim Joines, Director- Internet Business