Re: Stock Fender Gap Measurements
That's why I'm pissed and gathering all this info. After about 3 weeks of Eibachs as well (but I only drive about 2500-3000 miles a year - I'm told you have to drive it to make it settle) I only dropped a 1/2 inch front and back. I'm at 31.5 and 33 right now. Since I have different wheels and tires my next step, when I get back in town, is to measure the gap. I care about the gap, not the height. I'm told the stock gap is 2.25 front and 3.75 rear.