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    Yup. Did a closer inspection. It's the fender...Grrr.
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    Get the alignment 1st then see whats up.

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    Will do Seth. Its a good idea anyway, just because. And MK, who do you recommend? PM me or just give your friends shop info. Thanks again everyone.
    Baron (my last name)
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    What is the offset that is stamped on the inside of the wheel?
    Are you lowered? What springs/suspension?

    Correct offset should not rub. I'd check the offset first and return the wheels in case they are not the ones you should have. If the offsets are correct,
    get the alignment fixed. If you still rub, then see if your car is extremely low, and try to fix it. It should get fixed by the above, so there is no need to roll the fenders.

    Pics of the car?

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    Sucks they are rubbing, but I'm sure an alignment is going to fix that problem you have. I just got my APEX ARC-8 wheels installed yesterday. Running 235 in the front and 265 in the back. No rubbing at all so far. Getting an alignment today though. The wheels are amazingly light, at only 18.1lbs for the front wheels and 18.2lbs for the back wheels. The difference in handling is quiet amazing. Day and night difference from the stock heavy narrow wheels and POS RFT's.
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