Tire is hitting Fender

Asked by Jun 29, 2016 at 07:10 PM about the Hyundai i20

Question type: Car Customization

As mentioned in my previous question, I have a 0 offset rim installed and 2.5" of my tires pop-out of my car's body.
This is a problem when having the car loaded or going through road bumps as the tires will now hit the Fender.

People suggested that I use coil spring buffers as this would prevent bottoming of my suspension.
Would this work? I'm looking at an o-sulee coil spring buffer.
Or is there an alternate solution aside from coilovers and returning to stock rims?

Thanks

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Where do you live? In the US most states won't allow you to run tires past the fenders requiring you to add fender flares.

I live in the Philippines.

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