Ran into some problems fitting 245's on the front of my 90gt. When turned the tire rubs the front of the scoop/fender extension part. I am lowered quite a bit but it only happens on one side (which I realize could indicate a tweaked unibody or maybe poor panel fitment). I had alignment checked and that helped, but it still rubs enough that I left the new wheels off until I could fix it. At this point I'm considering doing some work on the fender to make them fit. I found an article on Griggs racing (http://www.griggsracing.com/installation/fender.html) but I can't find any pictures or videos which would make me feel better about taking sheers to my car. But I also don't want to rush into body work (even minor) if the problem could be fixed with something else like springs or frame straitening (out of my budget atm). My other concern is if it is this close already, will I run into problems in hard cornering too? I'm not really an expert on suspension geometry and movement during driving.