MR2 Turbo Widebody, Rear wheel fitment, Work Meister S1 19x12.5 +5 with 285/30 Hankook Ventus V12

http://www.stancenation.com/2012/03/19/the-devil/ http://www.stanceworks.com/2011/12/childhood-dreams/ Shot by GoPro HD Mounted next to the driver side door, facing the rear. The fiberglass fender flexes, so it doesn't cut the tires like metal body does. Work Meister S1 3-piece 18x10 +5 with Toyo T1R 235/30 19x12.5 +5 with Hankook V12 285/30 -3.7 camber front, -4.2 camber rear

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MR2 WBK : Credit Card Clearance? WAT CLEARANCE?????!!!!!!
http://www.stancenation.com/2012/03/19/the-devil/ http://www.stanceworks.com/2011/12/childhood-dreams/ While people brag about the credit card fitment... PS: yes, I do drive the car with that fitment. So no, it's not just for taking picture/video; I drive it like that. I can drive with that kind of fitments since the WBK is fiberglass. On bumps, the WBK flexes and shaved the tires, along with the letterings. If you have stock metal fender, most likely, it will cut the tires through and blow the tire. Next video will show how the letterings are shaved off after running some canyons. It's static on springs; BAGS ARE FOR GROCERY!!!!!!





Power-TEC 92269 Wheel Arch Reforming Tool
The new Power-TEC Wheel Arch Reforming Tool is designed to roll out damage on the wheel arch lip and adjacent panels. It is also used to role back a wheel arch lip to give clearance when wider wheels and tyres are fitted. http://www.power-tec.co.uk/item.aspx?item=7759





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How to stretch a tire... and how you don't.
First time we had to use fire to make a tire stretch out. Stretching 195/45R15s on 9Jx15 BBS RMs. Didn't work at first, but we got there! (Still not as good as in other videos I have seen, but hey..whatever! It's fun!) As more and more people cry about handling and whatever when it comes to stretched tires: These wheels will be going on a stanced out 1986 Scirocco 16V weekend cruiser. It's meant to look good in the first place, handling just comes second. Stretching tires that much will make the handling in fast corners worse...normal driving you won't notice any difference though. On my MKIII GTI, I run 195/40s on 9" wide rims for daily use and meetings, while I run 215/35s on 9" wide rims for track use (see my onboard videos on the Nürbrugring). 215s will just stretch slightly on 9", stiffening the sidewall up only a little, giving you a more direct steering, while still allowing fast cornering. In combination with harder rubber bushings, more stiff suspension setup and unbiall top mounts, etc.etc. this results in an almost GoKart like, very direct handling...sure not the fastest setup, but fast and fun enough for me.




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