Getting airlift bags does not solve the simple geometry problem that if the car goes low enough over a bump the tire will most likely hit the fender. If the tires are put on and it clears then great. I think airlifts are a good idea on a lowered car, no question there, but it's a band aid fix. It's good to be able to bring your car back up to riding height when a few friends get in or your trunk is loaded down. I mean in my mark I could have just moved the rear sensor and jacked up the back end but it's by no means a fix. Rolling the fenders is a lot less intrusive then most people think. There are tools that can be rented that do a nice clean job of rolling with nothing noticeable from outside. I don't have any personal experience with the baseball bat method but there's a really good chance you will also bend the outside of the fender too. If you are going to put some steam rollers on back be prepared to take care of clearance issues, get the right tools, and do it right or don't do it at all.
95 LSC- Mods: 2.5 dual exhaust, 3.73s, 17x9 cobra R Rims, SCT dyno tune, MM driveshaft, 249 rwhp/ 268 ft lb tq
97 Base- Mods: Forged motor, Eaton m112, 2.76 pully, too many mods to list..........
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