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Hey so basically I was reading my wheel fitment guide and noticed a mistake. (it said 18" vs 19") so i proceeded to fix it. . no big right? change ONE FUCKING DIGIT, save changes. . and reload page. . WHOA!?!?!? totally fucked. . It looked like this after. .

 

Here is a quick guide to wheel and tire fitment withh the SERIALNINE/STANCE coilovers. These are the <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->RECOMMENDED<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> sizes for a mild Cressida. Less or more aggressive fitments are possible. If you need help, just post your Question here. I have extensive experience withh different sized wheels on cressidas all the way up to 20" so just ask.

 

<!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->All <!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->of these sizes require you to <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->Roll<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> the fender lip flat. The aggressive fitments require <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->Pulling<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->. This should not scare you. Fender rolling is a <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->NORMAL<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> thing, it is done for safety and extra clearance. If you are running my coilovers, fender rolling should not be unfamiliar to you. Find a competent shop withh <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->EXPERIENCE<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> rolling fenders on expensive cars. They should be able to do your car <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->WITHOUT<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> cracking the paint. I've rolled all kinds of cars from Honda's to Benzes and my track record is around 87% no cracking ( you have to factor in shitty paintjobs and shoddy bodywork). For best results use a <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->FENDER ROLLER<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->, the other alternative is to use a bat or pipe of some sort. If you want minimal paint cracking <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->MAKE SURE<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> to use a heat gun.

 

 

<!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->-with coilovers, the<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->FRONT<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->clearance between the tire and strut is <!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--><!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->DECREASED<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> <!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->due to the thickness of the new strut.

-IF you run your car EXTREMELY low, the collars and spring perch itself can contact the tire/wheel.

-If you are running WIDER or TALLER tires than recommended, LOWER the offset accordingly, and PULL the fender more.<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

 

 

 

<!--sizeo:14--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->Black font <!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->= Full lip roll and Mild pull. <!--coloro:red--><span style="color:red"><!--/coloro--><!--sizeo:14--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->Red font <!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec--> = Major Fender work Required.<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

 

<!--sizeo:14--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->Moderate height. <!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

This height has just a tad of tire gap, and the collars are ABOVE the tire.

 

Front.

17x9 +25 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->or LESS<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 215/40-17, 215/45-17

18x9 +25 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->or LESS<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 215/35-18, 215/40-18 (this is the perfect tire size for the front of a cressida), 225/40-18, <!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->235/40-18<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

19x9 +25 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->or LESS<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 215/35-19, 225/35-19,<!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->235/35-19, 245/35-19<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

 

 

<!--sizeo:14--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->Aggressive Height.<!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

This height tucks most of the tire depending on rims size, you will have tire tuck on 17's, and rim tuck on 19's. The collars will be BESIDE the tire/wheel and you will have spring droop withh this height.

 

Front.

<!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->17x9 +15 or LESS<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 215/40-17, 215/45-17, 225/35-17, <!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->225/45-17, 235/40-17<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

<!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->18x9 +15 or LESS<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 215/35-18, 215/40-18, <!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->225/40-18, 235/40-18<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

<!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->19x9 +15 or LESS<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 215/35-19, 225/35-19, <!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->235/35-19<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

 

 

<!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->For the rear I will just do a guide for fitments of various sizes vs clearance and required fender work. <!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

 

 

 

17x9 +25 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +25<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 215/45-17, 225/45-17, 235/40-17, 245/35-17, <!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->245/40-17, 235/45-17, 245/45-17<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

17x9.5 +30 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +30<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 225/45-17, 235/40-17, 245/35-17, <!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->245/40-17, 235/45-17, 245/45-17<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

17x10 +35 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +35<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 235/40-17, 245/40-17, 245/35-17, <!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->245/40-17, 235/45-17, 245/45-17<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

18x9 +25 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +25<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 215/40-18, 225/40-18, 235/40-18, 235/35-18, 245/35-18, <!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->255/35-18, 245/40-18, 255/40-18<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

18x9.5 +30 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +30<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 215/40-18, 225/40-18, 235/40-18, 245/35-18, <!--coloro:#FF0000--><span style="color:#FF0000"><!--/coloro-->255/35-18, 265/35-18, 245/40-18, 255/40-18<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

 

<!--sizeo:12--><span style="font-size:12pt;line-height:100%"><!--/sizeo-->The following sizes are NOT tested for COILOVER clearance on the backside at extreme lowering (full camber gain). I am running offsets in the TEENS and I have no clearance issues on the backside. <!--sizec--></span><!--/sizec-->

 

18x10+35 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +35<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 215/40-18, 225/40-18, 235/40-18, <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->255/35-18, 265/35-18, <!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

18x10.5 +40 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +40<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 225/45-18, 235/40-18, <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->255/35-18, 265/35-18<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

19x9 +25 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +25<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 235/35-19, 245/35-19

19x9.5 +30 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +30<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 225/35-19, 235/35-19, 245/35-19, <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->255/35-19<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

19x10 +40 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +40 <!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 235/35-19, 245/35-19, <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->255/35-19, 265/30-19<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

19x10.5 +45 <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->less than +45<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->, 235/4-35-19, 245/35-19, <!--coloro:Red--><span style="color:Red"><!--/coloro-->255/35-19, 265/30-19, 275/30-19<!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc-->

 

<b><!--coloro:red--><span style="color:red"><!--/coloro-->For reference, my car currently has 18x9 -7 (215/40-18 ) and 18x10 +11 (225/40-18 ) withh MAJOR fender work. The new car and new fenders are designed around 18x9.5 -5 (215/40-18 ) and 19x10.5 +15 (245/35-19) :wink: <!--colorc--></span><!--/colorc--></b>

 

<b>This is simply a guide, SERIALNINE is NOT responsible for any ill fitting, wrong offset, rubbing, tire cutting, fender damage, loss, injury, or any other problems you may incur following this guide. Individual wheel and tire styles and manufacturers will differ in ACTUAL fitments and clearances. Minor body differences (previous repairs) and camber preferences will affect clearance as well. This is only a guide. The HIGHER offsets are simply calculated and not actually tested. SERIALNINE ALWAYS makes the car fit the wheels, NOT vice versa. You gotta pay to play.

 

 

G.</b>

 

 

 

Soo... ya . . If anyone maybe had this fucking saved as text please post it up cuz honestly it took me like 3 hours to make this dope. . and i pretty much have to spend like another hour to fix it or something. . and i dont remember exactly what it looked like. . If i had the OG one I could fix this in like 15 minutes..

 

Anyone. . Anyone ??

 

Im whittling away at it at werk right now. so ya.. its gonna take a while. .

 

G.

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Here you go G. Tried my best to make it look like the original.

 

Here is a quick guide to wheel and tire fitment withh the SERIALNINE/STANCE coilovers. These are the sizes for a mild Cressida. Less or more aggressive fitments are possible. If you need help, just post your Question here. I have extensive experience withh different sized wheels on cressidas all the way up to 20" so just ask.[size="3"][b]All[/b][/size] of these sizes require you to [size="3"][b]Roll[/b][/size] the fender lip flat. The aggressive fitments require [b][size="3"]Pulling[/size][/b]. This should not scare you. Fender rolling is a [b][size="3"]NORMAL[/size][/b] thing, it is done for safety and extra clearance. If you are running my coilovers, fender rolling should not be unfamiliar to you. Find a competent shop withh [b][size="3"]EXPERIENCE[/size][/b] rolling fenders on expensive cars. They should be able to do your car [b][size="3"]WITHOUT[/size][/b] cracking the paint. I've rolled all kinds of cars from Honda's to Benzes and my track record is around 87% no cracking ( you have to factor in shitty paintjobs and shoddy bodywork). For best results use a [b][size="3"]FENDER ROLLER[/size][/b], the other alternative is to use a bat or pipe of some sort. If you want minimal paint cracking [b][size="3"]MAKE SURE[/size][/b] to use a heat gun.[size="3"]-with coilovers, the FRONT clearance between the tire and strut is DECREASED due to the thickness of the new strut.-IF you run your car EXTREMELY low, the collars and spring perch itself can contact the tire/wheel.-If you are running WIDER or TALLER tires than recommended, LOWER the offset accordingly, and PULL the fender more.[/size][b][size="3"]Black Font[/size][/b] = Full lip roll and Mild pull.  [b][color="#FF0000"][size="3"]Red Font[/size][/color][/b] = Major Fender work Required.[size="3"][b]Moderate height.[/b][/size]This height has just a tad of tire gap, and the collars are ABOVE the tire.Front.17x9 +25 [color="#FF0000"]or LESS[/color], 215/40-17, 215/45-1718x9 +25 [color="#FF0000"]or LESS[/color], 215/35-18, 215/40-18 (this is the perfect tire size for the front of a cressida), 225/40-18, [color="#FF0000"]235/40-18[/color]19x9 +25 [color="#FF0000"]or LESS[/color], 215/35-19, 225/35-19, [color="#FF0000"]235/35-19, 245/35-19[/color][b][size="4"]Aggressive Height.[/size][/b]This height tucks most of the tire depending on rims size, you will have tire tuck on 17's, and rim tuck on 19's. The collars will be BESIDE the tire/wheel and you will have spring droop withh this height.Front.17x9 +15 [color="#FF0000"]or LESS[/color], 215/40-17, 215/45-17, 225/35-17, [color="#FF0000"]225/45-17, 235/40-17[/color]18x9 +15 [color="#FF0000"]or LESS[/color], 215/35-18, 215/40-18, [color="#FF0000"]225/40-18, 235/40-18[/color]19x9 +15 [color="#FF0000"]or LESS[/color], 215/35-19, 225/35-19, [color="#FF0000"]235/35-19[/color][size="3"]For the rear I will just do a guide for fitments of various sizes vs clearance and required fender work.[/size]17x9 +25 [color="#FF0000"]less than +25[/color], 215/45-17, 225/45-17, 235/40-17, 245/35-17, [color="#FF0000"]245/40-17, 235/45-17, 245/45-17[/color]17x9.5 +30 [color="#FF0000"]less than +30[/color], 225/45-17, 235/40-17, 245/35-17, [color="#FF0000"]245/40-17, 235/45-17, 245/45-17[/color]17x10 +35 [color="#FF0000"]less than +35[/color], 235/40-17, 245/40-17, 245/35-17, [color="#FF0000"]245/40-17, 235/45-17, 245/45-17[/color]18x9 +25 [color="#FF0000"]less than +25[/color], 215/40-18, 225/40-18, 235/40-18, 235/35-18, 245/35-18, [color="#FF0000"]255/35-18, 245/40-18, 255/40-18[/color]18x9.5 +30 [color="#FF0000"]less than +30[/color], 215/40-18, 225/40-18, 235/40-18, 245/35-18, [color="#FF0000"]255/35-18, 265/35-18, 245/40-18, 255/40-18[/color][size="3"]The following sizes are NOT tested for COILOVER clearance on the backside at extreme lowering (full camber gain). I am running offsets in the TEENS and I have no clearance issues on the backside. [/size]18x10+35 [color="#FF0000"]less than +35[/color], 215/40-18, 225/40-18, 235/40-18, [color="#FF0000"]255/35-18, 265/35-18, [/color]18x10.5 +40 [color="#FF0000"]less than +40[/color] , 225/45-18, 235/40-18, [color="#FF0000"]255/35-18, 265/35-18[/color]19x9 +25 [color="#FF0000"]less than +25[/color] , 235/35-19, 245/35-1919x9.5 +30 [color="#FF0000"]less than +30[/color] , 225/35-19, 235/35-19, 245/35-19, [color="#FF0000"]255/35-19[/color]19x10 +40 [color="#FF0000"]less than +40[/color] , 235/35-19, 245/35-19, [color="#FF0000"]255/35-19, 265/30-19[/color]19x10.5 +45 [color="#FF0000"]less than +45[/color] , 235/4-35-19, 245/35-19, [color="#FF0000"]255/35-19, 265/30-19, 275/30-19[/color][color="#FF0000"][b]For reference, my car currently has 18x9 -7 (215/40-18 ) and 18x10 +11 (225/40-18 ) withh MAJOR fender work. The new car and new fenders are designed around 18x9.5 -5 (215/40-18 ) and 19x10.5 +15 (245/35-19)    [/b][/color][b]This is simply a guide, SERIALNINE is NOT responsible for any ill fitting, wrong offset, rubbing, tire cutting, fender damage, loss, injury, or any other problems you may incur following this guide. Individual wheel and tire styles and manufacturers will differ in ACTUAL fitments and clearances. Minor body differences (previous repairs) and camber preferences will affect clearance as well. This is only a guide. The HIGHER offsets are simply calculated and not actually tested. SERIALNINE ALWAYS makes the car fit the wheels, NOT vice versa. You gotta pay to play.G.[/b]

 

Here is a quick guide to wheel and tire fitment withh the SERIALNINE/STANCE coilovers. These are the sizes for a mild Cressida. Less or more aggressive fitments are possible. If you need help, just post your Question here. I have extensive experience withh different sized wheels on cressidas all the way up to 20" so just ask.

 

All of these sizes require you to Roll the fender lip flat. The aggressive fitments require Pulling. This should not scare you. Fender rolling is a NORMAL thing, it is done for safety and extra clearance. If you are running my coilovers, fender rolling should not be unfamiliar to you. Find a competent shop withh EXPERIENCE rolling fenders on expensive cars. They should be able to do your car WITHOUT cracking the paint. I've rolled all kinds of cars from Honda's to Benzes and my track record is around 87% no cracking ( you have to factor in shitty paintjobs and shoddy bodywork). For best results use a FENDER ROLLER, the other alternative is to use a bat or pipe of some sort. If you want minimal paint cracking MAKE SURE to use a heat gun.

 

 

-with coilovers, the FRONT clearance between the tire and strut is DECREASED due to the thickness of the new strut.

-IF you run your car EXTREMELY low, the collars and spring perch itself can contact the tire/wheel.

-If you are running WIDER or TALLER tires than recommended, LOWER the offset accordingly, and PULL the fender more.

 

 

Black Font = Full lip roll and Mild pull.

Red Font = Major Fender work Required.

 

Moderate height.

This height has just a tad of tire gap, and the collars are ABOVE the tire.

 

Front.

17x9 +25 or LESS, 215/40-17, 215/45-17

18x9 +25 or LESS, 215/35-18, 215/40-18 (this is the perfect tire size for the front of a cressida), 225/40-18, 235/40-18

19x9 +25 or LESS, 215/35-19, 225/35-19, 235/35-19, 245/35-19

 

 

Aggressive Height.

This height tucks most of the tire depending on rims size, you will have tire tuck on 17's, and rim tuck on 19's. The collars will be BESIDE the tire/wheel and you will have spring droop withh this height.

 

Front.

17x9 +15 or LESS, 215/40-17, 215/45-17, 225/35-17, 225/45-17, 235/40-17

18x9 +15 or LESS, 215/35-18, 215/40-18, 225/40-18, 235/40-18

19x9 +15 or LESS, 215/35-19, 225/35-19, 235/35-19

 

 

For the rear I will just do a guide for fitments of various sizes vs clearance and required fender work.

 

 

 

17x9 +25 less than +25, 215/45-17, 225/45-17, 235/40-17, 245/35-17, 245/40-17, 235/45-17, 245/45-17

17x9.5 +30 less than +30, 225/45-17, 235/40-17, 245/35-17, 245/40-17, 235/45-17, 245/45-17

17x10 +35 less than +35, 235/40-17, 245/40-17, 245/35-17, 245/40-17, 235/45-17, 245/45-17

18x9 +25 less than +25, 215/40-18, 225/40-18, 235/40-18, 235/35-18, 245/35-18, 255/35-18, 245/40-18, 255/40-18

18x9.5 +30 less than +30, 215/40-18, 225/40-18, 235/40-18, 245/35-18, 255/35-18, 265/35-18, 245/40-18, 255/40-18

 

The following sizes are NOT tested for COILOVER clearance on the backside at extreme lowering (full camber gain). I am running offsets in the TEENS and I have no clearance issues on the backside.

 

18x10+35 less than +35, 215/40-18, 225/40-18, 235/40-18, 255/35-18, 265/35-18,

18x10.5 +40 less than +40 , 225/45-18, 235/40-18, 255/35-18, 265/35-18

19x9 +25 less than +25 , 235/35-19, 245/35-19

19x9.5 +30 less than +30 , 225/35-19, 235/35-19, 245/35-19, 255/35-19

19x10 +40 less than +40 , 235/35-19, 245/35-19, 255/35-19, 265/30-19

19x10.5 +45 less than +45 , 235/4-35-19, 245/35-19, 255/35-19, 265/30-19, 275/30-19

 

For reference, my car currently has 18x9 -7 (215/40-18 ) and 18x10 +11 (225/40-18 ) withh MAJOR fender work. The new car and new fenders are designed around 18x9.5 -5 (215/40-18 ) and 19x10.5 +15 (245/35-19) ;)

 

This is simply a guide, SERIALNINE is NOT responsible for any ill fitting, wrong offset, rubbing, tire cutting, fender damage, loss, injury, or any other problems you may incur following this guide. Individual wheel and tire styles and manufacturers will differ in ACTUAL fitments and clearances. Minor body differences (previous repairs) and camber preferences will affect clearance as well. This is only a guide. The HIGHER offsets are simply calculated and not actually tested. SERIALNINE ALWAYS makes the car fit the wheels, NOT vice versa. You gotta pay to play.

 

 

G.

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