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anyone have this setup or know how this would handle? i dont want to rub or scrape as much as possible so any suggestions?
 

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Alright thanks for the Info. I'm definately going to do that now.
 

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MenniFresh said:
anyone have this setup or know how this would handle? i dont want to rub or scrape as much as possible so any suggestions?
Menni, I just dropped mine on NF210's. I haven't purchased my 18's yet, but you will be able to see the drop first hand if you want. I'm will be going with 225/40-18's and was told I shouldn't have any rubbing problems.
 

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thanks for the pic!

ok so another question...

i just went to canada with my friends and they are big guys. the nf drop looks exactly how the drop looks when they are in my car lol. so would there be any rub then???
 

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I guess that would depend on the offset of your wheels. I don't think my 16's wouldn't rub, but the 225/40-18's will fill out the wheel wells a little better. I think you should be fine. but you might want to check with the Scion Guru himself, Tartan Jack!
 

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As for handling, if the wheel offset isn't too far off stock, it should handle similar to stock and maybe slightly better.

For handling, look into the TRD and the Hotchkis ones. They are primarily for handling rather than drop. So, their design is different.
 

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So many things to think about! Now I am getting the five axis kit so everything is going tone really low maybe even too low.
 

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proof!

trd drop = nf210

this 7.0 is on 20's




As for handling, if the wheel offset isn't too far off stock, it should handle similar to stock and maybe slightly better.

For handling, look into the TRD and the Hotchkis ones. They are primarily for handling rather than drop. So, their design is different.

i have the hotchkis set up, definitely could be a little stiffer.
 

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Doesnt 20's rub on stock though? That looks sweet is that yours?
 

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Nice wheels! What are those?
 

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love the wheel pics!
 
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