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  1. DatBigDude
    12-31-2013 11:48 AM - permalink
    DatBigDude
    Damn, im looking for some SBC's. The +45 are available right now but no +35. Im trying really hard to convince myself that going +45 is "OK" lol.. i would run spacers, Ive had extended studs on the car for a few years now so it wouldnt be a problem but still... Its spacers : /
  2. DatBigDude
    12-31-2013 11:41 AM - permalink
    DatBigDude
    What color are those +35's you have?
  3. swtreaper
    01-11-2013 03:03 PM - permalink
    swtreaper
  4. g0dsgreen
    12-08-2012 11:02 AM - permalink
    g0dsgreen
    lol no, I'm from Houston. A friend of mine posted that on my fb awhile ago and I always keep that picture around now.
  5. FBFG
    11-21-2012 11:58 AM - permalink
    FBFG
    Thanks man, preciate the love and happy thanksgiving to you took. My fenderes were fully rolled and the fronts were slightly pulled. It did rub but once i raised the rear slightly that helped out a ton. Running 45 offset in the rear would help out the most but thats not an option for everybidy.
  6. 46074
    05-03-2012 10:31 PM - permalink
    46074
    send me a text and we can work it out
  7. qwerty :)
    04-03-2012 03:39 AM - permalink
    qwerty :)
    hey man, thanks for the comments.. actually i meant 225 for the tire size.. a bit of a stretch. and for the fender work i rolled them (by myself, first time i tried that! eek) also bought some front camber bolts that i have the most camber i can which really isnt much and i still rub BUT i also have 15mm wheel spacers on the front which is what gives me so much trouble! (i would take them off but the bolts holding them on are stripped so i need all new wheel studs to do that which i dont have he $$ to do yet
  8. shibainu
    01-03-2012 06:43 PM - permalink
    shibainu
    Very close to factory camber settings (I don't have camber arms) -- from eyeing it, I would say -2ish in the rear, -1ish in the front. No rolled rears but I rub a lot (I can't make it up driveway curbs without horrible rubbing). My recommendation for 17x9 35, as with most ppl on here, would be -3 to -4 camber rear with camber arms, rolled rear, trimmed front, and 215/40's. In my experience and research, this is the best all-around setup to flush the car without dangers of pinching the QP or extreme damage. Next would be removing bumper tabs and shaving with even more neg. camber. Hope this helps. Good luck!
  9. clevrname
    12-15-2011 09:26 PM - permalink
    clevrname
    Oh yeah, they rubbed quite frequently. I only had them on for about a week because it drove me insane. I even had my rear fenders rolled, which helped a lot, but it still rubbed.
  10. foolio_67
    08-24-2010 02:11 AM - permalink
    foolio_67
    I actually don't know any of their names, sorry!

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    2008 Civic SI
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