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celicaguy Mar 2, 12:01am - #8944 
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A little help

Ok guys i am running 18 inch wheels on 40 series tire.i would like to lower it.what size drop do you guys think would look best with 18's.
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VSGTS14 Mar 2, 12:55am - #8945 

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TRD springs, 1.5"

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celicaguy Mar 2, 12:57am - #8946 
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thanks man.would my toyota dealer install them for me?.because in my town it is slim pickings as far as reputable people to install things.
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VSGTS14 Mar 2, 2:34am - #8947 

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yea, your toyota dealership will install them for you, I'm not sure how much its going to be though.

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AM03GT Mar 2, 2:52am - #8948 
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TRD springs are a good compromise to cut down on fender gap and still have a good ride height... if yo want to eliminate fender gap al;together you need a lil more... hotchkis or somethig nearer 1.75" the TRD's only give 1"-1.3"

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