Do I need it (camber arms)?
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    Do I need it (camber arms)?

    So I finally received my wheels. They’re 18x9 +25 offset. Am I going to need camber arms for the rears for sure? Normally I would just do trial & error but I only have a week to get these on so I don’t have time to try em on & if they don’t fit then wait for the camber arms to come in the mail etc.

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    Whats your drop? Its a fairly aggressive setup. Will more than likely need rear arms and front camber bolts to help if theres any rubbing
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    Youll probably need fenders pulled and rolled too. Also what tire size? Most people with similar setup are running 215/45 and stretching the hell out of them
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    Please give some more information, but camber arms and bolts always help. Like FG said those wheels are pretty aggressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 12FG4Rallye View Post
    Whats your drop? Its a fairly aggressive setup. Will more than likely need rear arms and front camber bolts to help if theres any rubbing
    I have d2 coilovers & I’m almost maxed out in the front & deff maxed out in the rear. Not sure of the exact drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 12FG4Rallye View Post
    Youll probably need fenders pulled and rolled too. Also what tire size? Most people with similar setup are running 215/45 and stretching the hell out of them
    My fenders pretty much rolled themselves from when I slammed it & whenever I would turn . My tire size is 215/35.

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    I would be worried about the wheels clearing without tires.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nichellmarie View Post
    So I finally received my wheels. They’re 18x9 +25 offset. Am I going to need camber arms for the rears for sure? Normally I would just do trial & error but I only have a week to get these on so I don’t have time to try em on & if they don’t fit then wait for the camber arms to come in the mail etc.

    Any pics of the wheel setup? I have the same but in 17x9.5’s +5 offset. Too aggressive though
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    Glad to know about your wheels.

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