Well, I raised mine a bit again but it's storming right now so I can't dial it a bit more, seems that without me in it the passenger side is like 5 mill lower than the driver side. I'm not a heavy person and I have 3/4 of a tank of gas left and have no one to check height with me in the car bc I have no friends and my wife has 0 interest in cars so it always look good to her so I'm not sure if it balances with me in it.
The reason I raised is bc I couldn't even go to do grocery shopping with the family without the rear fenders cutting into my tires, and that's without the groceries in the car yet, lol. The problem being the 18x8.5 +35 offset squared. Should have gone with some other specs or I was thinking on adding shims in the back for a bit of camber and then maybe lower it again.
Still lower than most Corollas tho. Lol
I also changed the oil and filter at 4750 miles and rotated my tires to wear them as evenly as possible.
It's so easy to work on these cars, oil change was done in 30 minutes and I spent 10 getting the car on jackstands cause is so low I need to use the emergency jack to raise the car enough to fit the floor jack under the car and the emergency jack wouldn't simply go under the car, had to align it with the rail from the back and slide it forward.
So as much as I like the car that low it's just a pain to get in the air for any repairs or maintenance.
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