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Rub , rub fcukin rub

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by Blackie, Mar 2, 2012.

  1. Blackie

    Blackie Active Member

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    Just arrived in the highlands for my week away. On the b roads the Jaffa keeps bottoming out on the bumps. Pissing me off. The Tdi never did it much and that was lowered.
    WTF is going on with it ?
     
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  3. Sandra

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    we do have very bumpy roads in the Highlands, but its worth it for the views. :)
     
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    What width, diameter and offset are the wheels you have fitted to it?
     
  5. Blackie

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    Wheels are 8x18et 45. I had the same ones on the Tdi. I can't remember if I had 235 or 225 on the tdi as I have 235 on at the mo.
     
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    im also interested to know how low the car is?
     
  7. Blackie

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    Standard height mate
     
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    235 are probably your problem catching on the arch screw and lip
     
  9. Blackie

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    Yes mate it's the screws they are catching on. As I said the tdi wasn't so bad.
     
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    i would have to aggree.
    235 is a bit too fat hece the rubbing
     
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    I have a full set of Continental Contact Sport 3 - 225/40/18 92Y going spare, covered 1,000 miles only, these will solve your problem and pay for my ARB's :)

    PM me interested.
     

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