Originally Posted by Jive Turkey
for the time being yes go lower, but the rear will end up cambering in more and over all it will just hurt the car unless you get roll center kit and rear camber adjustable arms to dial in your camber. also if you go lower i hope you're getting and alignment because while camber is livable with TOE is what actually kills you tire wear.
CLiff note: if you ant 275's dumb your car now and let the toe shred your 245 tires while it handles like ****
Yeah I'm not I'm the market for a new set of tires just yet. Between college loans, work, buying a home and grad school soon I gotta be a little frugal. The car had a track alignment when it was initially lowered with the new wheels. I'm not looking to slam either just this little bit of gap is driving me insane. It's the perfectionist in me. That's what I get for being a meticulous computer scientist.