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Old 03-07-2010, 02:36 PM   #1
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I am getting some Bilsteins re-valved by Stewart Development. But I am still on stock suspension ATM. Part of what he needs to do a proper re-valve is ride height. The measurement he needs is from the bottom of the skirt/frame rail to the ground.

I will be running 15x9 with 225 NT01. I plan to run around 12.5'' rear and 12'' front.

IF anyone else here is running right around the same height would you mind doing a quick measurement for me?

If you're a bit lower, or higher that's OK. Just let me know what your centre wheel to fender height is and I'll adjust the other measurement as needed. The main thing here is that we have the same overall wheel diameter.

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Or even better... if you have 15x9 w/ 225 NT01's can you measure your overall wheel diameter with the tire and I can figure out the rest from there.
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