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Front spacers max?

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I've recently lowered with some new 15" alloys. I'm looking to put 25mm spacers on the rear but would really like to beef up the front. Would it be okay to match the 25 at the back?

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This means nothing without the width and et of the wheels

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This means nothing without the width and et of the wheels

As well as tyre size, if the arches are rolled and how low the car is.

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remember your front wheel track is wider than the rear, so if you space the front and the back the same, your front wheels will poke more than the rears which is a horrible look, unless your in a fwd drag car that is

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Only just realised there's replies to this! New to this. I was going to go for 25mm on the back and see how it is not changing the front, if it looks too odd, just maybe a 15mm for a little bit

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This means nothing without the width and et of the wheels

READ

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WHY WON'T IT READ?!

sp_1501_clip08.jpg

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6.5j et 0 are a massive difference to et 38

Re-read again please, without this info no one can give you a decent reply.

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If they're the ones in that profile pic they look pretty flush as it is, any more & the tread will be protuding from the arches = nice fine from the 5-0

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