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Hey all, having an issue with wheel rub, 2016 vt, running 18x8 with 40mm offset (A lil wide I know, I know, I like poke fitment) although I know adding camber, lowering tire profile, or just going back to my stock rims would help, I want to keep the current fit, besides these I need outside the box solutions, quite simply put im talking like remove the fronts and use truck bed liner to rust protect ,these liners have been pissing me off since I got the car🤷‍♂️
Anyone have any other ideas or solutions for this issue? Also thought of maybe removing them and doing some modifications to the OEM liner.

Any ideas helps, thanks in advance 😁

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Tire size? Suspension specs? When and where are you rubbing?
 

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you suggested what to do however camber isn't really going to fix it just change where it rubs. trust me i know.

you're going to need to remove the fenderliner or change the tires.
 
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these shitty liners will tear at the slightest break from OEM, I swear lol. I've replaced them myself 3 times, and I'm only dropped 1" in the front with 18x8.5 +30, and this has been my most aggressive setup yet. I have them pulled away from the tires and toward the bumper with some bolts/nuts/zip ties, but honestly, f*ck these things man. Or run a less-than-ideal OEM setup :/
 
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