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Old 10-11-2020, 06:17 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Hangon View Post
i bought a used 370z in the spring, it had a few prior modifications. All had been well until a tire went the other day .The car is so low had issues getting jack under to get spare on .upon taking tire off, or actually before could see outer sidewall had actually split open(tire is toast of coarse)..and seeing inner tire sidewall it looks like it was rubbing extensively..probably causing it to lose air, and possibly why outer sidewall split. Anyways, the car is on lowering springs, has adjustable camber arms and riding on 275/35/19 on 10.5" rim, so tire is stretched. I'm not opposed to the "stanced" look ,but like the alignment shop said "be prepared to buy lots of tires". So, are coilovers the remedy to bring it back to stock...the adjustable camber arms are still ok to use? Weighing the options, spend a bunch of money to bring it back to "stock" ..from where someone spent a bunch of money to put it where it is.
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