Either I have been asking really hard questions lately... OR no one has lowered their car with springs, on OEM wheels with wider tires..!!?? Anyone???
Used a tire calculator: http://www.miata.net/garage/tirecalc.htmlI just purchased Tein H Lowering Springs for my 2008 Lexus ISF. It will bring the front down 1.0 inch and the back down 0.6 inch. I just remembered I put larger tires on the oem rims. I have 245/35/19 tires in the front and 285/30/19 tires in the rear. Will I have ANY issues lowering the car with these tires? Thanks
I have the same size tires but in 20". I had to roll the back fenders just to be safe, it would rub a little on hard compression. You should be fine however, you do need to take into account your offset. I'm surprised you haven't heard from others, I'm sure somone has your same setup.Either I have been asking really hard questions lately... OR no one has lowered their car with springs, on OEM wheels with wider tires..!!?? Anyone???
Like to hear how the car feels with the manifold, throttle body and headers.I retightened... Still have the "rattle" I'm going to have them look at it when they install the headers on Monday. Hopefully it's an easy fix.