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1FastStagea

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Do you have any experience with running those bolts you quoted earlier in this thread ? I looked into purchasing them and found nothing but negative reviews saying they do nothing. And I already bought a fender roller. It was the same price as having someone in my area do it for me. Any tips and tricks on rolling the fenders ? Other than heating the surface prior to rolling.
For the fender rolling, get it nice and warm (not too hot to burn the paint) and go slow. Stop to make sure the roll/pull is coming out evenly once and a while during the process. Make sure to thoroughly clean out the inside of the fender lip area where you'll be rolling it flat and fill it with some grease/rust proofing beforehand to ensure they don't rust out from making contact/cracking paint on the inside.

I personally haven't used these particular bolts, but I have friends who have and they've been fine with them. They definitely do make a difference if they're set up/installed properly.
 
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For the fender rolling, get it nice and warm (not too hot to burn the paint) and go slow. Stop to make sure the roll/pull is coming out evenly once and a while during the process. Make sure to thoroughly clean out the inside of the fender lip area where you'll be rolling it flat and fill it with some grease/rust proofing beforehand to ensure they don't rust out from making contact/cracking paint on the inside.

I personally haven't used these particular bolts, but I have friends who have and they've been fine with them. They definitely do make a difference if they're set up/installed properly.
Which bolts exactly are you guys talking about? I searched through this thread and the 265 tire thread and couldn't find a link or specific brand mentioned. I saw a quote mentioning SPC bolts, but it looks like the original post disappeared?

Searching the SPC site gives me SPC P/N 81260 for the 2019 Veloster, but no mention of Veloster N. I suspect the bolts will fit on the N as well, but haven't confirmed that myself.

TLDR;

Which front camber bolts is everyone talking about (link, brand, P/N)?

Would non-N bolts fit the N?
 

Y0UKN0WITSCHRIS

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Which bolts exactly are you guys talking about? I searched through this thread and the 265 tire thread and couldn't find a link or specific brand mentioned. I saw a quote mentioning SPC bolts, but it looks like the original post disappeared?

Searching the SPC site gives me SPC P/N 81260 for the 2019 Veloster, but no mention of Veloster N. I suspect the bolts will fit on the N as well, but haven't confirmed that myself.

TLDR;

Which front camber bolts is everyone talking about (link, brand, P/N)?

Would non-N bolts fit the N?
KCA414 whiteline is what we’re referencing.
 
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s55b30

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^ That seems about right, I haven't had the time to measure the wheel wells yet but just by knowing the factory specs I'm shopping an 18x8 wheel in similar offsets for myself with no concerns with it not fitting.
 
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I have the camber bolts installed in the front and got -1.9. Rear has -1.6 (no aftermarket parts needed).

18 x 8.5, 50 Offset looks to be safe:

https://www.willtheyfit.com/index.p...2=35&wheel_size=18&wheel_width=8-5&offset2=50

I am temped to try this though 18 x 9, 49 Offset.
My crude measurements show it may work. I may have to roll that lip in the front.
What do you guys think?
I'd rather stretch a 255 on a 9 inch rim vs 8.5.

https://www.willtheyfit.com/index.p...ct2=35&wheel_size=18&wheel_width=9&offset2=45

These are the wheel I have looked at:

http://enkei.com/shop/wheels/pf01-evo/
18x9, 45 Offset, 18.50 lbs, Bore 75mm

http://enkei.com/shop/wheels/racing/pf01/
18x8.5, 48 Offset, 18.30 lbs, Bore 75mm
18x9, 45 Offset, 19.20 lbs, Bore 75mm

http://enkei.com/shop/wheels/tuning/ts9/
18x8.5, 50 Offset, ? lbs, Bore 75mm

http://enkei.com/shop/wheels/tuning/t6s/
18x8, 45 Offset, ? lbs, Bore 72.6mm
18x8.5, 50 Offset, ? lbs, Bore 72.6mm

http://enkei.com/shop/wheels/tuning/ts10/
18x8, 50 Offset, ? lbs, Bore 72.6mm
18x8.5, 50 Offset, ? lbs, Bore 72.6mm

http://enkei.com/shop/wheels/tuning/tx5/
18x8.5, 50 Offset, ? lbs, Bore 72.6mm

http://enkei.com/shop/wheels/tuning/kojin/
18x8, 45 Offset, ? lbs, Bore 72.6mm
18x8.5, 50 Offset, ? lbs, Bore 72.6mm

More expensive:

https://www.evasivemotorsports.com/store/product/ssr-gtv02-wheel-18x85-5x1143-offset-48/
18x8.5, 48 Offset, ? lbs, Bore ?mm
18x9, 45 Offset, ?lbs, BOre ?mm

Some fancier ones but not worth the cost when Enkei is so much cheaper. Plus track wheels are somewhat disposable...

https://www.vividracing.com/advan-t...ring-wheel-18x85-5x1143-51mm-p-152591265.html

https://www.vividracing.com/advan-wheel-18x85-5x1143-51mm-dark-gunmetal-p-152247654.html