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Any places you recommend for Arch Rolling?

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1Any places you recommend for Arch Rolling? Empty Any places you recommend for Arch Rolling? on 29th April 2019, 10:41 am

donpulsar

donpulsar
Hi Everyone,

Due to having some new rear arches (5 door) fitted as part of my R's refurb the inner lips stick in to the wheel arches more than the OEM 3 door arches and are slicing into my tyres (205/45 r16).

I don't need much material rolling in at all, but slicing into freshly painted arches is not something I particularly wish to do.

So, can anyone recommend any places for Arch Rolling - preferably in Yorkshire / Derbyshire but I am willing to travel further affield?

Cheers,

Steve.

2Any places you recommend for Arch Rolling? Empty Re: Any places you recommend for Arch Rolling? on 29th April 2019, 12:55 pm

donpulsar

donpulsar
This is the amount of shred...so far - not a lot! Wondering if a downsize to 195/45 r16 would do the trick, or adjust my camber at the back?!

Any places you recommend for Arch Rolling? Tyre_p10

astarozna

astarozna
I run 195/45/16 ET38 and 205/40/17 ET40 on teins with no issues. I guess how low you have you're car sitting. I'd let the paint cure for about a month.

4Any places you recommend for Arch Rolling? Empty Re: Any places you recommend for Arch Rolling? on 30th April 2019, 12:03 pm

donpulsar

donpulsar
Cheers for the quick reply thumbsup

I'm hoping to get a 195/45/16 on an ET35 alloy to try tonight - not sure whether my Speedlines are et35 or et38 but I had no problems at all until I had the new arches on. I'm hopeful that will do the trick!

The paint has been done probably 1-2 years before I got the car back so it's new, but had plenty of time to harden.

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