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rem Mar 16, 4:50am - #126408 
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ok someone clear this up for me... (sportlines)

ok.. i have a celica gt on stock 15"s.. ok. i am ordering my sportlines this friday.. ok heres the question.. if the celica is on the stock 15" .. rims does the eibach sportline springs make the rear wheels tuck in? please someone clarify this with me.. romkapomka says no.. blackcel says yes.. ive been gettin to many diff answers from people!!
if anyone gots any pics of this drop with 15"S please show me..

i dont want a body kit but i do want a nice drop, but not tucked!!

thanks everyone
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RoMkApOmKa Mar 16, 4:53am - #126409 

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Gap between the rear wheel and the rear fender will be 1 finger, and gap between the front wheel and the front fender 1.5 fingers.
P.S.I have Sportlines with VS-1 on 15" stock rims and I do not have any problems with it...
P.S. Or you can get the Gold-line springs drop is slightly higher.

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rem Mar 16, 4:54am - #126410 
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Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa

Gap between the rear wheel and the rear fender will be 1 finger, and gap between the front wheel and the front fender 1.5 fingers.
P.S.I have Sportlines with VS-1 on 15" stock rims and I do not have any problems with it...
P.S. Or you can get the Gold-line springs drop is slightly higher.




yea you told me that before.. but someone else that gots the stock 15" wheels and eibach sportline drop says the rear wheel goes under the fender a lil bit
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Speed4TheNeed Mar 16, 4:55am - #126411 

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no

the eibach sportlines give a 2.4" drop to the back...so the common sense thing to do (if you have any remaining questions) is take out a ruler and see how far you can drop before your wheels tuck. you will find that you can drop more than 2.4" without your rear wheels tucking (this depends on what you mean by 'tuck' though. your tire may go barely into the wheel well (depending on your sidewall size) but you're wheel will not) thumbsup
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RoMkApOmKa Mar 16, 4:55am - #126412 

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Originally Posted by rem
Originally Posted by RoMkApOmKa
Gap between the rear wheel and the rear fender will be 1 finger, and gap between the front wheel and the front fender 1.5 fingers.
P.S.I have Sportlines with VS-1 on 15" stock rims and I do not have any problems with it...
P.S. Or you can get the Gold-line springs drop is slightly higher.




yea you told me that before.. but someone else that gots the stock 15" wheels says the rear wheel goes under the fender a lil bit

Total Bull Shit... Do the search for the pictures and you will see it...
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Elkal900 Mar 16, 4:58am - #126413 

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Im told I tuck when I have a passenger in the car with me

but thats Eibach 1.2 drop with 18's
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