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I took these measurements when the 15's first came out, they should be pretty close.

7.25" - w/ Super Track Pack
8.00" - standard susp w/ 18-inch wheels
8.50" - standard susp w/ 20-inch wheels

Always hit these high curbs at an angle, it's makes a big difference.

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I took these measurements when the 15's first came out, they should be pretty close.

7.25" - w/ Super Track Pack
8.00" - standard susp w/ 18-inch wheels
8.50" - standard susp w/ 20-inch wheels

Always hit these high curbs at an angle, it's makes a big difference.

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Thanks, So about 1.25 in difference between standard w/20's and the STP w/20's. Pretty significant. I can get in the driveway pretty easily with most cars. It's backing out that seems to be the problem.
 

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There is a guy at work that bought a SXT with the Super track pack. He had to spend another $6000 to have his driveway redone because his front spoiler would hit backing out. :surprise:

Like Slidd suggested, when you get to that uneasy point in backing out, try angling the car. That's what I do in my brothers driveway.
 

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Wow, he must have some huge curbs. No problems with my srt lowered an inch. My drive has a standard curb. Always at an angle and u will be fine.

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