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I was planning to buy new wheels and tires on the future. I am staying with 16x6.5 (stock). Do I need an ALIGNMENT after the installation? Thanks! :)
 

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Phobic said:
if you're staying with stock size you shouldnt need to change anything.
Thanks, Phobic! I just wanted to make sure, because I was kinda skeptical about this. I was leaning toward "NO ALIGNMENT NEEDED," however, I am still unsure previously. :D
 

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At what point do you have to change your alinement on your car. Like at 19in rims or something? I want to get big rims like 18 in on my scion and I dont want to lower my car because where I live it would be constantly scrapping on the street.
 

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xsalvationx said:
At what point do you have to change your alinement on your car. Like at 19in rims or something? I want to get big rims like 18 in on my scion and I dont want to lower my car because where I live it would be constantly scrapping on the street.
you wont have to get it realigned, though you may have to get the speedometer adjusted. use the tire size chart to figure out how off you'd be, to see if you would need to get the speedo changed.
 
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