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Old October 5th, 2020, 05:09 PM   #21
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ARP studs are always good, then you'll have to play with the length or go with open ended lug nuts. Also make sure you know what type of lug nut seating is required for the CCWs. I would call CCW if it is not obvious. I think there's also spacers that bolt to your studs, and have studs in them. Not sure about the pros and cons of using that type of spacer vs. longer ARP studs. Probably should talk to a good performance wheel shop.
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Where exactly in the wheel well are you hitting? You mentioned the front of the rear wheel well, but is it the inside (towards the center of the car) or the outside edge (where side pipes discharge) of the well? The latter isnít going to be addressed by spacers.

What tires are on the wheels? Not all tires marked with the same size are physically the same dimension. Looking at at Toyo Proxes TQ for reference, the 345/40/17 would be 1/2Ē taller than the 345/30/19 GEN3/GEN4 figment that a lot of us run. Best to mock them up and post pics for clarity.


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Old October 6th, 2020, 07:45 AM   #23
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I’m gonna call CCW and try to get a hold of them. I didn’t take any pics last night unfortunately but it’s hitting on the inside near where the catback makes its turn for the rear of the car. The tires are the Toyo proxy tq and 1/2 taller than your current setups shouldn’t cause me my issues not while the car is jacked up anyways. The offset comment could be valid hopefully k can get some more significant measurements for and from CCW.
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Not that I like this solution, but the spacers I use up front came with the longer lugs to use in conjunction with the spacers...barrels on the lugs are extended allowing the threaded portion to extend into the seat the same length as the spacer. Big Brake Dave's design... RIP. I actually have one set of spacers and 12 corresponding lugs since I'm not using them on the rears....just an offer. I'm in Tampa.
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Lotta anguish to save a couple pennies, but I suffered similar pain in my youth. Good luck.
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Replied to your PM.. I measured the Big Brake Dave spacers and they are 1/4" thick. So might do the trick???
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So thanks to Eric aka EllowViper my wheel fitment issues are history!! Thanks for the help fellas I’ll most def be here with more issues or questions!
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