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    As per title

    would guard work be required?
    and how much guard work,

    also anyone got pics with this size or similar be cool if you could post em up

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    Flared guards. some people get away with rolling them.

    Fitment on wookiecar ages ago.

    Front with 15 x 8 -9



    Rear with 15 x 10 -27
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    That top pic is with adjustable lower arms and -3 camber though.


    If you are running the car low, i.e above cars height, you will need on the front a flared guard, camber (-2 or so from camber tops)

    The rear will need a roll and a bash but may still rub depending on height and spring stiffness.

    I'd personally go 15x8 0 offset superlights to give that bit more clearance.

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    ah so superlights come in 0 offset.

    thought it was just -4.

    cheers for the info, its for a mate who just got a granny spec ke, he has good plans for it
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    Yeah, they make a -4 and a +4, I'm running the +4's on my sprinter.

    Don't reckon they make a 0 offset tho.
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    If you don't touch the gaurds they will be a half inch out the gaurds at the front.

    The best fitment for handling (closest to the strut) and to require minimum flare (with Corona Arms) probably about 15x8 +8. Im running 15x7.5 + 20 and they sit nice and close to the strut and near fully fill my flared gaurds. 15x8 +8 will have the same backspacing.

    For the rear, with a lot of lipping I got 15x7 +1 on there. So in 15x8 youd be looking at +25 to fit the same way.

    If you buy a full set of those rims in 15x8 zero or -4 you will have a hefty need to flare both front and rear.

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    Yeh i meant the 8 +4 if you want to do minimal guard work, not zero.
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