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30mm spacers installed all around with 22s. Some pics....

Winter and snow is over, right!?

Swapped in the 22s with 30mm spacers. Much more aggressive stance now on the C without any rubbing what so ever in “low” suspension mode. Dips, aggressive turns, etc - no issues.

I know range will suffer, but it looks too good!

My new TSS Sportlines (satin black) in 22s will go on in a week and I’ll snap some more pics.

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ngng

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haven't tried keeping the suspension in very low. Chicago roads suck always and forever, so while I don’t love the wheel gap - I rather leave it on low.

No rubbing in low whatsoever.

Are these your wheels?

You're running 30mm in rear. What about front? ty
 
Are these your wheels?

You're running 30mm in rear. What about front? ty

yep - those are the wheels (satin black). 30mm spacers all around (front and back).
 

ngng

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yep - those are the wheels (satin black). 30mm spacers all around (front and back).

Hmm, maybe I am doing my math wrong, but the OEM wheels are 20x9 +35 in the front. Your new front wheels are 20x9 +30. With a 30mm spacer, that brings it to a 20x9 +0? When I roughly measured the front wheel it didn't look like there was much room up there.
 
Hmm, maybe I am doing my math wrong, but the OEM wheels are 20x9 +35 in the front. Your new front wheels are 20x9 +30. With a 30mm spacer, that brings it to a 20x9 +0? When I roughly measured the front wheel it didn't look like there was much room up there.

your math is correct (outside of fact, these TSS wheels are 22s not 20s). the front wheel(s) is/are flush with the fender(s). there is plenty of space in there to push the wheels out from stock.

again, i don't run the air suspension in "very low" either.
 
Winter and snow is over, right!?

Swapped in the 22s with 30mm spacers. Much more aggressive stance now on the C without any rubbing what so ever in “low” suspension mode. Dips, aggressive turns, etc - no issues.

I know range will suffer, but it looks too good!

My new TSS Sportlines (satin black) in 22s will go on in a week and I’ll snap some more pics.

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Looks good. What spacers did you buy? Have a link you could share?
 

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