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That’s looks great, although I will say the stock wheel gap already looks very good, especially with the factory black wheels. I’d probably leave it stock for civility and practicality.
 




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FL5 fenders are rolled from the factory, should easily hold 285 but honestly there is diminishing returns. more unsprung weight and tramlining.
Yeah I’ll run the stock wheels and tires until it’s time for new tires, then look at probably some TE’s. Curious to see what people run between now and then.
 
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Curious if there would be any concerns of rubbing with these on stock height?
No rubbin whatsoever until now and I did run the car with 15mm rear spacers but with the 275 tire it doesn’t look good for me. Have 10mm rear and 5 mm front spacers ready once I get the car back from detailing.

 

 
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