Originally Posted by J Wikoff
If you're just doing the rear you won't have to worry about rubbing or speedo changes.
On the contreary. My rears rubbed more than my fronts ~ sorta. At full lock the fronts barely knicked the plastic frame gaurds, and only wore tint patches in them after thousands of miles driving. Now the rears required tha mechanic to flatten a welded tab where the trunk floor and inner fender met, to keep it from puncturing the tire when the shocks were compressed. It looked great and fit great on the lift, but when he set it down and bounced the back end is when he saw just how close it could be to punturing the tires if I ever hit a large bump... Ok I'm rambling. Here are the only pics of it that I know where they are....