- Aug 17, 2014
How so? What trouble? Don't want to make use of the wider track? Granted the fronts you'd have to use some spacers to match ....
Well I kicked the idea around for some time but in the end the way I understood is that you want the front to be wider not the rear. Rear wider means under steer. It will just push. So either you make the front wider or you tuck the rear. I choosed to tuck the rear. Also if the car will be driven on the street it is illegal to have tires poke outside of the fender line. That's where that euro tire stretch came from. I also spend a lot of time on fender flares but I figure if I will do fender flares then I might as well have low offset wheels and not spacers. So that's why I moded the whole rear end. Also I don't like spacers. I feel that they are not safe but that's just me. Also I wanted everything to work and be functional and not something that looks weird. The only thing I don't like is the away away bar or I should say how it sits with the link connected. But everything articulates so I will let it go.