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Originally I had my stock OEM wheels on my car and I purchased the Tanabe NF210 springs perfect drop with no problems and now I have 18in rims with 35 series tires. My car rubs slightly and I can barely fit my index finger in between.

My question is.... If I were to put the Stock OEM springs back on would I have a better clearence since the wheels are 18's now?

Thanks guys!
 

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Yes, you would have more clearance. You could also try camber bolts or "crash bolts" to add a bit of negative camber that would most likely eliminate the rubbing. If you do the camber bolts drive straight to the alignment shop.
 

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Yes, you would have more clearance. You could also try camber bolts or "crash bolts" to add a bit of negative camber that would most likely eliminate the rubbing. If you do the camber bolts drive straight to the alignment shop.
How much more clearance? I don't want it to look funny with a huge gap
 

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Running 18's with stock springs is gonna look 4x4ish. Try the camber bolts. I think that will solve the rubbing issues
 

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Toyota dealer sells crash bolts, a few companies sell adjustable camber bolts, google it or search sc
 
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