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2" drop w/ 19

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Old 08-14-2005, 11:31 AM
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Default 2" drop w/ 19

Just wondering if a 2 inch drop will fit 19 rims? Or even 1.4 inch drop... i just don't want it to have the 4x4 look and want to know what drop is good. Or would it just be better to get 18's and the same drop? Let me know ..... any pics would be helpful, THANKS!
 
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Old 09-28-2005, 10:58 PM
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Default RE: 2" drop w/ 19

i no if u have a car like mine 1996-2000

18's with bout a 1.7 ish drop is great if the .7 thing makes any scence i dunno exactly how much but close to that
 
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Old 02-22-2006, 03:05 AM
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Default RE: 2" drop w/ 19

My friend had a 1999 A4 avant and he had 19's with the Eibach pro kit. I beleive that kit is a 2" drop and he had no rubbing issues. I am also curious because i'm pllanning on getting 19's very soon. Whats the best drop with 19's anyone have any pics of their B5's dropped on 19's ??
 
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Old 06-02-2010, 07:12 PM
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Look at my sig pic - those are 19x8 TSW wheels with 235-35ZR19 tires. I'm dropped 2.5" up front. With tires that wide, you'll have to roll the fenders. As it is, I can just get a finger into the gap between tire and fender. That's as low as I'd go though.
 
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