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Acid8000 

would you think the same tyres 245/40/19 you have would be the same with my trd rims.  Looking at tyres now I currently running 245/35/19 stock suspension

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Just do it. It's easier to beg for forgiveness rather than ask for permission.

Running 245/35/19R tyres with Kluger wheels on my Aurion. They're the same dimensions as the TRD Aurion wheels I think.

Thanks Phil. So after Trent's little pokes at me (thanks again for that lol) I decided to have the wheels fitted and not paint or powder coat them. They look killa, so much better than the FPV agents

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I would assume about the same. I ended up installing some King Springs standard height springs to get rid of some slight scrubbing on undulating roads and sharp speed bumps when I had passengers in the rear, and it's been perfect since. The springs may need to be replaced over time to continue avoiding any scrubbing issues; hoping that's quite some time in the future though. Below is a pic so you can see the result. It does appear about 1 cm higher than stock without passengers or heavy cargo. I'm not keen on rolling the guards, so this is the best solution.


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17 hours ago, acid8000 said:

I would assume about the same. I ended up installing some King Springs standard height springs to get rid of some slight scrubbing on undulating roads and sharp speed bumps when I had passengers in the rear, and it's been perfect since. The springs may need to be replaced over time to continue avoiding any scrubbing issues; hoping that's quite some time in the future though. Below is a pic so you can see the result. It does appear about 1 cm higher than stock without passengers or heavy cargo. I'm not keen on rolling the guards, so this is the best solution.


 

Phil, i too recently changed to 19"s and have issues with scrubbing on bumpy roads when i have passengers in the rear. Do the standard height king springs have a stiffer spring rate or what?

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I believe so, but to be honest I'm not sure about the technical details just off hand. I know that without any passengers or luggage the car sits about 1.5 cm higher than it did stock and that was enough to prevent any scrubbing with heavy passengers and luggage on all roads I've driven on since about mid last year, including the run from Sydney to Melbourne via Canberra and the Monaro Hwy and back via the Hume.

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