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Place a yard stick across your wheel well then measure the distance you want the wheel/tire to come to. This way you will know exactly how your specific car & wheel/tire combo needs front and back If you don't have a metric measuring device divide the inches by 0.04 and that will give you the mm's. ex. 1/2 inch is 0.50 divided by 0.04 = 12.5 mm
 

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Running H&R springs with 7mm up front and 15mm in rear; had this set up on both OEM 18 and OEM 19 wheels. Great look in both the 18s and 19s. Attached are pics with the 19s. No spacers on the BOB jogger twin stroller...100% stock although been thinking of putting coilovers on it. :)
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wmclarenf1- Your wheel/ tires fill the wheel wells nicely with excellent offsets.
 

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Has anyone tried these Bloxsport 7 / 15? I'm not sure if the removed material is the best design - less unsprung weight vs potential heat stability concerns?!?

 
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