NTB has a 1 year alignment program for around $130 OTD. You can align your car as many times as you want. The only issue you may have is getting your car on their rack. I lower/raise my car depending on the seasons so rather than pay approx $70 per alignment I paid $130 for unlimited ride height tinkering for the next 363 days.
They did say since the car way so low they did not have any room to adjust the front camber. It is off by -0.5 degrees, but everything else( FRONT/REAR ) is good. They told me I should raise it up to get it adjusted, and just slam it after the alignment .
I am hoping maybe you guys can help me.
I'm looking at getting some new wheels, thinking VMR 701s probably. The thing is, I want more grip. I'm going g to be getting Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires so they're nice and sticky, but I want a wider tire too. I'm thinking 8.5" front and rear.
My #1 goal though is not to rub. Not on bumps, through corners, or bumps through corners. Or when fully loaded, but fully loaded through a corner and hitting a bump is acceptable I guess, since that will probably never happen.
Anyway, what king of offset and tire size will I be looking at to make this work? I'm not a fan of stretch, but just a little is probably okay if necessary.
Also, I'm on stock suspension but plan on going with H&R Sport Springs or coil overs eventually. No ultra-lows...
Sorry for my noobishness, but I come from bikes where there is no offset or fenders to worry about.
Thanks in advance!
Have VCDS, will travel.
Will these go on my 2010 Golf? The current tires on my car (I have no intention of changing em right now) are 195/65 15"..
My build thread here here
let me know if I'm on the right track or totally off the radar on this one. I am getting 18x8 wheels in front, 18x9 in the rear. I am looking for a similar stretch all around. I'm thinking 215/35 for the front, 225/35 in the rear. yes? no?
I ran a 205/45 on a 17x8 and i don't even think you could classify that as a stretch lol. maybe with the smaller sidewalls it's a different story, but really depends how low you wanna go, i think.