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I have checked the backspacing on an 18X10.5 with a 36mm offset for the rear and I will have no rubbing issues to the inside of the car.
My question is will I have to roll the fenders: if so what is involved inrolloing the fenders, and how much will it cost to get it done?
 

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The tire is going to be about 13 inches+ in section width. I would have to say that you will need to roll the fender lip. If you put them on then you will find out real quick whether or not you need to roll the lip. That wheel/tire will probably stick out a bit from the fender well.

There is a pretty good explanation of how to do it here: rolling fenders


Just an FYI there is not going to be a way to hook up your combination on the street. Not even close. I have a friend with a supercharged viper putting 850rwhp to the ground and he can't go full throttle until 85 without lighting the tires up. He had more boost a while back and had over 1000 and it wouldn't hookup under 120(at full throttle). Now at the track it is a different story. With slicks it does hook up fairly well.


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