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Old 06-15-2007, 09:06 PM   #1
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yeah, another post by me do u guys love me yet?? anywayss, i mentioned this before but never really made it a topic.

i have two choices in tires

toyo t1r proxes
falken fk452

im leaning towards the falkens. if i get the falkens, i have the following specs on tires


my main question. if i get 245/45/18, is it possible to lower my car about an inch to an inch and a half? or will it rub? thanks for ur patience
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