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I HAVE 16'' MKIV RIMS ON MY MKIII AND WHEN I TURN ALL THE WAY TO THE RIGHT OR LEFT AND MOVE THE CAR IT GRINDS, CAN SOMEONE HELP ME WITH THIS PLEASE.
 

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go buy 17's or get spacers
 

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press caps lock again and ill see what i can do
 

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1)Spacers alone .... or 2)steering bump stops and put balance weights on outside of wheel or #) Just bump stops enough to clear weights on inside. 4) You could even grind the wheel down or grind a "nitch" in the ower control arm (not reccommended).

H&R makes some good quality sopacers fro precise off-set correction .. and some other companies probably do too. You need to find off-set of factory wheel .. then off-set of replacement wheel ... the try to find a spacer that will attatch to the wheel and or hub and give you the closest off-set to factory.

http://toy4two.home.mindspring.com/offset.html
http://www.hrsprings.com/site/frameproducts.html

Good luck and best regards.
 

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just adjust the bumbstops.. i did it... takes a little while cause you maye have to adjust them a few times till you get it right.
 

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mk3turbosupra said:
The spacer size you need is 5mm.. they will work fine.

There ya go! Spacers is the best way to go. You keep turning radius and don't drill/shave anything. It is the way to go ... period.

Love the look of the white on white mk3turbosupra. See my sig .. my rx-7 wheels are white too .... I tihnk I want to polish the lip though ... but the all white looks great IMO.
 
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