That rear fender lip looks pretty hard to roll, I don't know if it is or isn't but it certainly feels like that lip is pretty hefty compared the fender lips on my older Celica.Exotic II said:^If I had to do it again, I would have run 245/4018 instead. I don't think I would have to roll fender.
I have a Turbo Alltrac which makes it a Widebody. The only regular bodied Alltracs I believe were only sold in Japan. My GT-S is also a Widebody but it's my beater car and unless we don't end up buying a Subaru next year I won't do much to it short of keeping it running. My Alltrac is what I'm trying to restore and then eventually build up. In case someone doesn't know what that is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toyota_Celica_GT-Four#ST185_.281989-1993.29Totoy Bibo said:Ive read somewhere in [Celicatech] that there was a widebody and regularbody for the 5GC? Which one would yours be??
Were you able to put those 8.5 wide rims on the front as well lpphreakx06?lpphreakx06 said:Dont have any pics of it on my car, but here a couple I snapped. I didnt realize how much less of a lip 7.5 is compared to 8.5.
G-games 18x7.5 +42 offset
Volk LE28N 18x8.5 +44
Specs on your CE's?
:AF: That's f'ing crazy!! :crazy2:hombredelassrta said:44 i think. however the design of the tenzoR was to have a large lip so the spokes curve in. this can cause them to hit the front calipers. we took and angle grinder to my calipers to shave just a hair off to stop the slight tick