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Just 40mm on 175 50 13

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60/40 on 175 60 13

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60/40 on 195 45 13

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60/40 on 175 50 13

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60/60 on 175 65 13

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60/40 on 195 40 14

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60/40 on 185 50 14

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60/40 on 195 45 14

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70/60 on 195 45 14

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70/60 on 175 50 13

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80/60 on 195 45 13

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90/80 with lowering top caps on 175 50 13 (needs to settle + had a set of wheels in the boot)

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90/80 195 40 14

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Philj
60/40 on 6x14 et33 with 175/50/14

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luke

pics of a mk2 ibiza on philj coilies

my old mk3 on phil 80/60 kit with lowering top caps, on top setting on rear suspension. 13x8 wellers et-10 and 13x7 mattigs, 195/45/13 on these to

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-80mm/-60mm;with rears down to -80mm.

Lowering top caps.

front tyres 175/50/13 yokos.

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Philj
60/40 kit ....with 195/45/15....arch: only smacked in lip on back ones nothing else :-D

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My GT on 60/40 with 13x7" ET -7 Compomotive MSs wearing 175/50/13 Yokohama A539s:

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Philj
my g40 on a HnR 60/40 kit courtesy of phil j

running 8x14 steffans on rear and 7x14 on front

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cheers. Dan.

60/40 with 7&8 x13 et26 front et20 rear

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luke

my mk3 runing a 70-60 kit with backs at about 50 or so...6x14 wheels with 195-45 rubber

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80/60 Shock and Spring kit from Phil. Rear is on middle setting (50mm?).

13x7's, 165/55's.

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Philj
Mk2 Polo Saloon on 80-60mm kit with lowering top caps on the front to make it 95mm ..

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HnR Cup kit 60/40 with front lowering caps sitting on a set a minilites et-7!

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60/40 with rears set one above middle

:D

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steveeeee

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FWIW I was told by the previous owner that my GT has a PhilJ 40/40 kit fitted.

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sheph4rd

Heres mine, lowered on the 80/60 kit, rear on the middle notch.

Spec's of the wheels are

Front- 13x7 et.20 175/50

Rear- 13x8 et.0 175/50

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g40jon

40mm all round on 15s running 165/50s

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Tav

H&R Cup Kit 60/40 with 14x6J BBS RA's and 195/45R14 Toyo T1-R's....

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damiannn

80/60 back on highest notch - 175/50/r13 13x6j

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aeroxboi

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60/40 on 13's with side exit !! (look close)

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Guest teef

hi will a 6j x 14 et38 with 185/60/14 fit om my mk3 coupe? it not lowwerd!

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retrohippy

I dont get something! Everybody keeps saying how the rears are on the middle notch and the fronts are at a set height........................ why on earth does the rears of most of these cars still sit lower than the front then?

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Guest MR. FRAUDS

cause they got fat chicks in the back

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thorpy
I dont get something! Everybody keeps saying how the rears are on the middle notch and the fronts are at a set height........................ why on earth does the rears of most of these cars still sit lower than the front then?

The back mostly always sits lower because before the days of power steering they designed the suspension in such away to make the steering lighter, this meant the front being higher than the back. I dont know the full technical ins and outs of it all. Thats what i was told by a mate anyway.

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Steve_polo

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70/60 with rears set second from top on wellers 13x7 with 175/55's

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80/60 with rears in middle on same wheels

well happy, cheers phil (Y)

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LeonL

90/60ish

175/50/13

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MoustacheG40

What are those wheels on the capri green mk3 in the photo outside the 2 blue and 1 white garages?

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MoustacheG40

anybody?

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lhasa_green_mk2

60/40 on 145/80/13

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onelegout

60/60 on 145/80/13 (stock mk2 wheels/tyres)

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gav6n

old car sitting 80-80..(on bottom notch)

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new car sitting 80-40..(on top notch)

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B-shaw

Here's some of mine

Its got 80mm springs and lowering top caps up front and I think its down 50 or 60 at the back. On standard steels with balloon tires :)

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The Blue one btw!

Edit for a slightly better side view pic

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Just had the front jacked up so it does sit a little lower than that (pretty much perfect in the arches)

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danbinty

any 1 got a pic of mk3 lowered on 15's with 45 tyres lowerer the better

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jgpolo

look at the third comment down by phil-j red mk3 on 195/45/r15 :thumbsup:

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