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I am torn between using the Tanabe nf210 and the df210 springs. There is only about a 1/2 inch difference in the ride height from the nf to the df. Is the ride that much "harsher" using the df210's. I'm sticking with the 16 inch rims.
 

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What causes the scraping? What's the difference between rubbing and scraping? Too bad you just can't test drive a car with the nf's and then the df's.
 

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Your daily drive and driving manner should help you with the choice. I had the NF210's on my '09 (pictures elsewhere on this site). They leveled the rake, made the fender gap more even, and made handling more sporty. I kept the 16's, too, and really liked the ride.
 

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Rubbing occurs when the tire hits the plastic fender liner or the metal fender itself.

The scraping that I experience occurs on driveways or parking curbs and affects only the plastic liner under the front lip of the bumper.
 
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