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Hallo,

I bought a set of Eibach springs, 40mm. Ik have 17" rimms ET 6,5 running on 205/40/17 rubbers. Can anyone conferm if this will fit without problems?

Thanx!!

Greetz, J.
 

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how about 18's with stechs? xP

I bet it'll work fine with 18's too. I mean the drop is approx. 1.5" all around, so i doubt it'll have issues..hell i've seen hondas and other cars with 2.5"-3.0" w/ rubbing issues. so, you're just tippin the iceberg haha.

good luck and post pics when you're done, im thinking about a drop on my G too.
 

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vi3tdragun4o5 said:
I bet it'll work fine with 18's too. I mean the drop is approx. 1.5" all around, so i doubt it'll have issues..hell i've seen hondas and other cars with 2.5"-3.0" w/ rubbing issues. so, you're just tippin the iceberg haha.
Not all cars have the same amount of space in the wheel wells... I have not heard of anyone with a P10 successfully running 18s and a drop without having to roll their fenders and get crazy spacers. Heck, there is someone on here who is running the 16" sport wheels without a drop and he needed to get spacers for the rear wheels.
 

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Jano said:
Hallo,

I bought a set of Eibach springs, 40mm. Ik have 17" rimms ET 6,5 running on 205/40/17 rubbers. Can anyone conferm if this will fit without problems?

Thanx!!

Greetz, J.
You mean they are 6.5" wide, what's the offset (ET) ??

If the wheels are already mounted then you'll be able to tell if they'll clear the body when you drop it, just by looking.
 

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You mean they are 6.5" wide, what's the offset (ET) ??

If the wheels are already mounted then you'll be able to tell if they'll clear the body when you drop it, just by looking.
Yeah, 6,5"wide. We call it ET in the Netherlands :p

It's not that they will claer the body that worries me, but things like turning radious...

Grtz
 

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ET stands for the German 'Einpresstiefe' (Insertion depth), in other words, offset ;)

40mm drop on 17's is pretty standard, but the offset (ET) will obviously make some difference.
 

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markbuts3 said:
ET stands for the German 'Einpresstiefe' (Insertion depth), in other words, offset ;)

40mm drop on 17's is pretty standard, but the offset (ET) will obviously make some difference.

We're gonna try it this Sunday. We'll c... :smile:
 
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