The front with 1.8" adapters. It barely clears the strut housing and when i say barely i mean. When i spin it it rubs up against it a tad bit. So looks like these will work great in the back and are to small for the front. Hopefully .2" is enough to clear everything up front. This puts the wheel pretty far out and its already poking with the 1.8" adapters. So i unbolted the fender brackets and decided to see how flexible it really was.
NOT RIDE HEIGHT my car is much lower than this, this is full droop.
This is with an 8" spring ill be tossing a 7" spring in.
Before fender pulling
After fender pulling.
The back with 1.8" spacers. This is with the axle on stands so its pretty close to ride height.
So hopefully these tires are stretched enough to clear everything.
So its looking like this.
Front will have 2" spacers and i need to install 7" springs the fenders will need to be pulled and new brackets will need to be made.
Back will have 1.8" spacers i will need to hammer the lips in as flat as i can get them and i might end up cutting away at some of the sheet metal up in the fender. I can see where my current tires have been rubbing and i know that if they have rubbed then these will be 10 times worse. The back is going to take a lot of cutting and hammering i think.
Worst case scenario i have to get smaller tires and stretch more.