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So I'm planning on getting some 18x7.5 rota subzeros w/ an offset of +40 and I'm trying not to have the wheels butterfly. I've been hearing lower it first to compensate for the camber. So now I'm looking at either the tanabe df210 the trd lowering springs, tein, and eibach. Any suggestions? And what do I do if they still butterfly? Will sway bars help any? Thanks in advanced!
 

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If after drop, go for the DFs,
For handling performance, go for the TRDs (quite good actually).

A rear sway helps incredibly w/ the handling. The TRD one is designed to work w/ the stock front one. I've got the Hotchkis set and LOVE them! If getting non-TRD sways, get a Front/Rear set designed to work together.
 

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TartanJack said:
A rear sway helps incredibly w/ the handling. The TRD one is designed to work w/ the stock front one. I've got the Hotchkis set and LOVE them! If getting non-TRD sways, get a Front/Rear set designed to work together.
Is it worth it to go with the TRD one to mach the stock or am I better off to get something like the matching Hotchkis? If I remember right, does the Hotchkis have a more rigid ride quality, but probably even better handling than the TRD?
 
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