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Old 08-19-2018, 02:55 PM
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My 17 SR on 22 Ruff Racing R1s.




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Old 08-20-2018, 08:11 AM
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Originally Posted by 414sfinest View Post
My 17 SR on 22 Ruff Racing R1s.




Been waiting to see someone slap some 22s on a new max.. I like the look! I have a few questions

Are you on stock suspension ?
What offset and tire size did you end up running ?
Did you have any issues with the install also is there and rubbing or clearance issues ?
Hows the ride with the larger wheels and Sr suspension ?
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Old 08-21-2018, 07:59 PM
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Originally Posted by enanez84 View Post
Been waiting to see someone slap some 22s on a new max.. I like the look! I have a few questions

Are you on stock suspension ?
What offset and tire size did you end up running ?
Did you have any issues with the install also is there and rubbing or clearance issues ?
Hows the ride with the larger wheels and Sr suspension ?
Thanks man appreciate it. I had a 7th gen with 20x11’s and air ride but when I got my 8th gen I didn’t want to go through all that again. So this time around I went with the 22’s and I like it just as well.
And yes I’m riding stock suspension. 22’s fill in the wheel well pretty good to where it looks lowered but nope, riding stock. The wheels are 22x9 with a +38 off set. The tires are 235/30R22. At first trying to turn lock to lock is or was I should say a no go. Had some light rubbing so had to modify a little bit and now I can turn the wheel lock to lock with no issues. This is my daily and I travel A LOT every day and some times it is packed in the trunk and with kids in the back and the Mrs for a passenger and I have had no issues with wheels scrubbing or anything like that. But just to be on the safe side I am going to roll my rear fenders a bit. And to be honest these tires ride smoother than my stock ones. I like the way it rides. Also where I live the roads are pretty good or smooth for the most part. But if you’re not use to riding on skinnies or driving “careful” I would really think twice. Because a pot hole will definitely ruin your world. Lol. Hope this helps you out some. If you have any other questions PM me.

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Old 12-18-2018, 02:52 PM
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My brand new 2018 Maxima, picked up this past Saturday. I'm thrilled! It's a Platinum, Carnelian Red exterior, Charcoal interior. Came with two options pre-installed: Splash Guards and Mats package (Floor Mats, Trunk Mat, Trunk Net, First Aid Kit). Got the following options added: Illuminated Kick Plates, Interior Accent Lighting, Exterior Ground Lighting, Impact Sensor, 4DSC Shift ****, Wheel Locks, All-Season Mats and Trunk Protector Mat. Also had dealer install 3M on whole front end (10 year warranty) and ProtectAll on exterior and interior (5 year warranty). Purchased extended warranty (8 years, 100K miles) and wheel protection (7 years). Best car I've ever owned is my 2005 Maxima, which has 181,000 miles on it and keeping as a second car for now. Just too emotionally attached to it to get rid of it. And for the fact that it still runs great. I have been attracted to the current generation Maxima ever since I saw the concept car at the NY Auto Show in 2015. After my then 26 year old son son bought his Mustang in 2016 (seen in photo), he encouraged me to buy a new car. I told him while I'd love one, I didn't need one. And I'd only ever bought cars when I needed them. But it did get me to at least look. And after many months of being open minded and looking at and researching everything out there, I came to the conclusion two years ago that even with more luxury/expensive cars in consideration, the current generation Maxima was by far my first choice. I even rented a Maxima 4 or 5 times the last couple of years while on business or personal trips, which only solidified how I felt about the car. I held off until I saw the '19 refresh, decided I liked the '18 much better, and pulled the trigger. Bought it from the same guy at the same Nissan dealership I bought my '05 from. He was just one of the salesman there then. Now he's the GM running the place. Felt great to buy from him again. My thanks to all of you on this forum, as I have thoroughly enjoyed reading posts here on a daily basis the last three years, which helped me learn a great deal and only further convinced me that my next new car would be a Maxima. 13 and a 1/2 years since I bought a new car, so this is a big deal for me. Turned 62 a couple of weeks ago. Life is short, and I didn't want to miss out on owning this beauty. So though I still didn't need it, I relented and treated myself to it. For details on the financials, see the first link below. For additional details on why I chose the '18 over the '19 refresh, see the second link. Thanks again, and Happy Holidays and New Year to all of you!

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Old 12-18-2018, 04:27 PM
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Congrats Schumer!

seen you hanging round this forum for a while now, glad you finally got one of your own!

Looks good!


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Old 12-19-2018, 03:55 PM
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Fishlet, thanks buddy!
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Old 01-03-2019, 07:33 PM
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18 wheeler had some road rage on me. Bumped me in the right rear then got up next to me and slammed me into the concrete divider. The passenger side is the damage from his rig. I think he was either on something or just that angry of person and with it raining I was leaving a good distance in front of me, in the fast lane. He fled the scene. I tried to catch him, but couldn't get far with the car in this shape. Two good Samaritans helped, one had a dashcam behind us, the other followed him and took pics of the 18 wheeler. Time to car shop...

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Old 01-04-2019, 08:51 AM
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Damn that sucks. Good luck on nailing the bastard. Post pictures of your new '19 when you get it.
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Old 01-04-2019, 01:28 PM
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Here is my new (to me) 2017 Platinum.

LOVE how the blue sparkles in the sun. In person you can see it from standing further back, but with a picture I had to take a close up to show the effect. It's beautiful.




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Old 01-04-2019, 07:01 PM
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Originally Posted by carp View Post
Here is my new (to me) 2017 Platinum.

LOVE how the blue sparkles in the sun. In person you can see it from standing further back, but with a picture I had to take a close up to show the effect. It's beautiful.
Nice! Mine is deep blue as well, the color really stands out in the sun but looks subdued at night or in cloudy conditions.
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Old 01-08-2019, 06:11 PM
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Old 01-27-2019, 08:13 PM
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Lowered today on Eibach springs. I'm loving the look right now.

I like the look but when I seen that they offer 1.2" front and 1.4"rear I'm hesitant to have my rear lower than my front.
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Old 01-28-2019, 11:41 AM
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Eibach springs

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I like the look but when I seen that they offer 1.2" front and 1.4"rear I'm hesitant to have my rear lower than my front.
On mine, the 63115.002 lowered my front 1.5" & back a lil over 1". Took it to my dealership, got it aligned & verified they were pre-loaded & set correctly. Still had .5" difference so I worked w/ Eibach tech support & they sent me a different set of rear springs, same thing. So since I have 2 pairs, gonna cut the newest ones to make rear level w/ the front & be done w/ it. But I will have my first pair of Eibach rears for sale. They were only on the car 2 months. Hope to have it done in 2 weeks, too busy this week.
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Old 01-28-2019, 01:47 PM
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Originally Posted by bghouse View Post
On mine, the 63115.002 lowered my front 1.5" & back a lil over 1". Took it to my dealership, got it aligned & verified they were pre-loaded & set correctly. Still had .5" difference so I worked w/ Eibach tech support & they sent me a different set of rear springs, same thing. So since I have 2 pairs, gonna cut the newest ones to make rear level w/ the front & be done w/ it. But I will have my first pair of Eibach rears for sale. They were only on the car 2 months. Hope to have it done in 2 weeks, too busy this week.
You should never EVER cut springs. That is so dangerous its not even funny or cool. I hope you have a change of heart.
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Old 01-28-2019, 01:59 PM
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Originally Posted by FattiesGoneWild View Post


You should never EVER cut springs. That is so dangerous its not even funny or cool. I hope you have a change of heart.
I appreciate your concern, but if you do it correctly, its not an issue. Like I said, if by chance something isn't right, I have another set. Eibach was helpful enough but they swear up & down it should be level. Yet, for free they sent another set of rear springs but a different manufacturer # then the ones I initially installed. So I'm not going to go back & forth w/ them again which will surely take a month+. I'll make sure to reply w/ results good or bad.
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Hoonigan means homo, weird flex but ok.

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Old 02-08-2019, 04:11 PM
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2016 Max SV (no midnight edition)
20% tint all around
8000k HID in low beams and all 4 fogs
20 inch staggered rims 20x8, 20x10 no rub, no fender roll... coil overs up next





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