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WHEEL TOUCHING BODY.

I own a honda civic with 16 inch wheels with 205/50/16 tyres and the wheel seems to be touching the body in the back. how do i raise the back so that the wheel will not touch.
thanks in advance for your help.

I was thinking of changing the back coil springs, or is there something I can use to raise the back.

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Hi,there are few things that you can get at some auto parts to put inside the rear springs , you can cut the iner lips on the quarterpanels ,but this should be done by a pro,(hope this help)

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