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Old 18th February 2011, 11:18   #1
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Exclamation Fender rolling in New delhi.

I tried looking for a thread with information on this but couldn't find one. If there is already a thread which exists , mods please move/merge this thread with that.

I'm looking to get the fenders on my alto k 10 flared/Rolled in new delhi.
Currently running a set of 175/60 R 13 tires and the rears are just getting eaten up even after getting a 1" spacer at the back. Just replaced the tires so am looking for a permanent solution. (Besides going for skinnier rubber)
Since i'm gonna be upgrading to 14" rims soon (185/50 R14) i thought this would be the best solution and would make the car look a little mean as well.

Delhi members please point me in the right direction, don't think the authorized Maruti Folks are going to be able to do this for me.



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Old 18th February 2011, 11:23   #2
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I think you should go to Autopsyche. His bodywork is supposed to be outstanding.
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Old 18th February 2011, 14:30   #3
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+1 to the Autopsyche recommendation. You might also want to try out Pro Auto Mods (Link to Directory Entry (Pro Auto Mods - Noida (NCR)))

BTW, 185 is severely over-tyre'ing your Alto. Don't. The fat rubber will bog your engine down.
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