Does anyone out there track 305s on 18x11 wheels that has not trimmed or removed the bump stop brackets from the rear fender well? Any issues?
That too. Camber bolts or slots make a big difference in clearance to the strut. If using them for more negative camber, larger spacers will be required.How much camber and where you're getting it.
That was one way I was hoping to test 18x12 wheel fitment up front...one of these days. It also results in some interesting and beneficial suspension geometry, but that's off-topic for this thread.I've even heard of cases where camber was pushed in the positive direction at the strut to knuckle joint for tire clearance, and the whole business brought back to the desired negative value with camber plates and maybe a little strut tower work.