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Koni shocks + eibach pro kit springs


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As title says i installed koni + eibach suspension and have 15" wheels with 195/50 pneu, the inner side of pneu is grinding with body when rotating wheels when stationary , anyone can help with this ? Thanks

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5 hours ago, noodels said:

Oh its catching there,you need adjustable camber arms,a wheel spacer would make it worse.

or raise car a little 

Think that he's showing how much space he has there to see if a spacer would be okay, but that it's rubbing on the inner side. 

Either way, looks tight there as well. 

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9 hours ago, dr_broon said:

I would check again when you have the wheels turned so the way to the right - that's when mine catches the wing / arch liner. 

Yep thats it, inner side of tire is catching and is worn out, will try 1cm spacer for start , should be enough .

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Yep just as dr. said , sorry for confusion noodels :D and I cant lift it anymore , its on highest setting possible with Koni shocks unfortunatelly 

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Fully turned , first picture is place where it catch inner side of tires

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Solved with custom made 1cm washers on shocks  , thanks for inputs guys tclosed.gif1

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4 hours ago, Rainy said:

Solved with custom made 1cm washers on shocks  , thanks for inputs guys tclosed.gif1

Good stuff mate. Have you got any pics? I've got a similar problem to solve. 

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Washers made from aluminium 12mm height (2mm inner slot for C cotter pin on shock, because safety :-D) , front is now with same height as rear and without problems

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Ah, that's similar to what I had on my konis. Nice one. 

Won't work with the standard style shock I've got now though. Cheers for sharing bud. 

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Yep, standart style shocks have welded lower position unfortunately :|

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