Lowering my civic

Discussion in '6th Generation Honda Civic (1996-2000)' started by CivicEk-ITC-804, Oct 26, 2011.



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  1. CivicEk-ITC-804

    CivicEk-ITC-804 New Member

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    if i lower my civic 2.0" rear and 2.2" front i have 15" motegi mr7s with sport tires they are not low profile. Will i have to roll my fenders? or get different tires? or will i be good
     
  2. JohnS.

    JohnS. BANGARANG Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    You will likely be fine. What offset are the wheels and what size tires?

    And moved to suspension.
     
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    Failsafe88 gt CasaNova Registered VIP

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    Have you checked to measure the gap you have now?
     
  4. CivicEk-ITC-804

    CivicEk-ITC-804 New Member

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    thanks john posted it in wrong section. But all i know is that they are sport tires size 15" my springs are coming in today so i guess i will find out but i hope i wont have to get low profile or roll my fenders
     


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