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    Want to get some lowering springs for my vxr but I want to know if the dap r track springs will rub on the 19" alloys, also would the eibach 50/30 rub?

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    if the eibach are the sportlines then no they won't I had them on mine before switching to 18s

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    Quote Originally Posted by vxrtricky View Post
    if the eibach are the sportlines then no they won't I had them on mine before switching to 18s
    Thanks mate, so the eibach don't rub at all even on full lock ?
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    You'll be fine on DAP R mate.

    Just had a set fitted on my 18s which are an offset of ET30 and they look quite spaced out.

    No running and the ride is fantastic. Not harsh in the slightest


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    Quote Originally Posted by VXRRy View Post
    You'll be fine on DAP R mate.

    Just had a set fitted on my 18s which are an offset of ET30 and they look quite spaced out.

    No running and the ride is fantastic. Not harsh in the slightest


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    But is that the 30mm springs or the 40-45mm springs, don't think 30 mm will be low enough for me, but don't want it to rub
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    Mine are the Road spec.

    I didn't opt for the race spec as they are best on shortened dampers.

    Tbh with the 19s you'll be good on road spec as they look lower on 19s my 18s are like rota drifts and are hard to make look good unless low and still looks good on the road specs


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    I have them for my Burg and yes their 18s but I don't have any dramas with them, especially with going over speed bumps. Just tend to take it slower than usual (just personal preference) Long distance driving isn't to bad either
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    Quote Originally Posted by jkemish View Post
    Thanks mate, so the eibach don't rub at all even on full lock ?
    Not that I remember. On 18s spaced out now and still no issues. Depends if you want **** up or **** down look tbh

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    I had Dap R's on my Burg with 19" BBS CK's with an offset of ET35 and had zero rubbing issues, so you will have absolutely no worries with Dap R's on standard VXR 19's.
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