Why would you not want to stretch the front? Just to make things more difficult later on?
300 mile 225s probably have something to do with it. I'm being stubborn and not stretching the front.
Moar because this is my first set of real wheels, and I'm amazed that they fit the way they do. I've obviously seen bryangb's car, but I still wasn't sure.
The benz is owned by one of my good friends Allen, and he basically jumped up and down in pure excitement when he saw my car. Probably half of the pics he took yesterday were just my Audi! Also really love his car
Fluid MotorUnion gave me and my co-host some love
One good roll and it should be fine. I think Vegas and I rushed the driver side since I had to drive home and hour to get to work in like 6 hours or something stupid like that.
I just won't turn left when I reverse, psh. Easy.
Well, no, not really.
You want to be low and run low offset wheels, but do not want to stretch the tires to clear fenders? That's just asking for dented fenders...
Doesn't really compare to a silly decal on your back window.
IMO you car looks great.
2001.5 A4 1.8TQ Tiptronic - FrankenTurbo F4L - 440cc Green Giants - TT225 MAF - Borla exhaust - Tuning by Malone (in progress) - Garrett FMIC
Planning on going that low, rolling the fenders should have been done before you placed on your wheels. That's what I did, and I'm not as low as you (more into a clean functional look, than a stretch, poke, etc). I paid $50 per side, but you can find someone to do it for way less if you don't want to do it yourself. Also, car looks really good.
Yeah I don't like the wavy fenders. But actually I had a small crease in both fender lips when I bought the car, completely forgot about them. When we rolled the fenders, I realized that they were still there, so I had wavy fenders waaay before I had 18s.
Oh well, my car was only 3200, and would probably be in the junkyard had I not rescued it.