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post #21 of 28 Old 02-04-2011, 09:58 PM
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I too have Teins, any problems with the fronts balding in the insides in about 8k miles? I dont even drive it hard or track it...
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Yeah, it looks as though there is a really aggressive camber set up. The funny thing is I put the Tien's on @ ~12k on the tires and they already had uneven wear.
You guys need an alignment. Most if not all cars that get lowered will have their suspension geometry changed. I bet anything that your guys' toe is off due to the drop. Camber alone doesn't wear the tire down that fast.
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You guys need an alignment. Most if not all cars that get lowered will have their suspension geometry changed. I bet anything that your guys' toe is off due to the drop. Camber alone doesn't wear the tire down that fast.
I did have analignment and am well within the specs. I am going to try to adjust the toe to the upper end of the range to see if that helps.

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what size of spacers did u put ?
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can you post more photos?
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How did you get the rear rotors off?
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IS F looks good dropped. Z looks nice too.
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Rubbing?

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Also added spacers because I love when wheels are flush to the fenders. I'm going to roll the fenders next week on all fours because it is slightly rubbing.
Very Nice

When u say rubbing r u talking front and back...I would think the front was rubbing but maybe not the back with stock tires? Can u please confirm.

Also if I went with a 10mm spacer and a 245/275 setup on the stock wheels I assume NO RUB? Thanks for sharing this information!

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Looks good, I just dropped my '12 IS F with Swift springs on the front only...

Now need to install my 15mm spacers!
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