Car looks great but would look amazing is it was dropped a bit (An inch or so). $150 is a reasonable price for a fender roll F and R. My effective offsets are F (+8.0) and R (+9.0) with a fender roll 0 rubbing with a one inch drop. My rear tires are 275 and I believe you went with 285 if I remember correctly. My wheels are only F 8.5" and R 9.5". Comparing the difference, your wheels on my car would have offsets equivelant to F (+4.3) and R (+5.3). The front should be fine but the rear would definitely rub without the fender roll and possibly because the 285s. I have a mm or two room error in the rear but with camber set at F(-.25) and R(-.5). You have a few options:
1. Leave it as is but run the risk of messing up you tires
2. Run more (-) camber but poor tire wear
3. Roll the fenders. Reasonable cost (way less than the first two options). No big deal if it's done right.
4. Consider 3 + lowering springs and shocks (w/adjustable dampening), or coilovers even better for adjustability for looks and adjustability IMO, to reduce the travel and improve the look.
Last edited by RedHot6mt; 12-01-2010 at 10:00 PM.