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    hey all i just got some 15x8 super lights

    -what size tyre do i put on it so it fits.
    -how do i roll the guards
    -what do i need to do it
    -can anyone do it for me
    -somone said somthing about a bolt on the back that need modifying because it rubbs? anyone know anything of this?

    text would be handy

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    ed i tryed to call you for help but think you ahve a new number,

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    195/50 dude.

    unbolt the front plastic splash covers in the guards if the car is low, you'll need to bash up the inner lips that stick out and hit the tyre.
    RT142 Estate.

    AJPS.

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    if your in hobart davidson autobody springfield ave moonah next to super trim, let john know i refered you

    cheers kieran

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    like kona said
    195/50s on it, take it for a spin, i've seen your car and i don't think it'll scrub
    but a test ride will show you where it is
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    if its lipped and splash guards are out ur on the right track along with 195/50's
    if ur car is too low the bolt that sits on guard that holds sides of bumpers may need to be taken out n u need to use zipties instead so doesnt touch them

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    its not super dumpped from memory.

    "kings low/super low" hight.

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    thanks guys all sorted now,

    all the info helped

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    it looks fucking sick i reckon, saw it yesterday
    extremely nice work spoz
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    I demand photos

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