Are these made for a Corolla? If not, you will need to use a set of hub centric adapters for the wheel to be centered. Otherwise, it will put stress on the hub.
I assume this will suffice:Are these made for a Corolla? If not, you will need to use a set of hub centric adapters for the wheel to be centered. Otherwise, it will put stress on the hub.
Found it on Amazon. Great reviews so hopefully no issue down the road.Keep on the search to find better than poly Carbonite hub adapters.
Get some Eibach springs or BC coilovers.Just replaced my wheels:
Wrapped in Firestone Firehawk Indy 500
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The wheel gap is atrocious. I took it to a performance shop (exclusively Japanese makes) and talked about springs and coil overs, struts etc.. the gentleman said not to go with D2 Springs, they’re annoying for daily driving. Easily can do a 2” drop and may go with Megan lowering springs.
I actually went with Teins lowering springs. I was hoping BC would have a sale but seems like not this year.Get some Eibach springs or BC coilovers.