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      01-26-2012, 02:06 AM   #26
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Originally Posted by 335dwagon View Post
Relaxed is not the word. I am that. Just had to give him something back for what he said about me. There is no research for the question I asked him. The question was again as I PMīd him " Do these wheels and tires rub on the inside wheel wells, meaning the inner body? Very easy question to ask that he didn't want to. Again I don't recommend buying a $4000 set of HRE wheels off someone who doesn't want to answer me. I have a set of HRE C95 wheels for my Supra that I bought from a reputable company in Texas, and they had no problem assuring me about them. Pakman, There is no answer to, Do HRE Wheels rub on a 3 series wagon under the Search button! You are clearly a friend of the OP for protecting him. Good to have friends I see. PM was the way I tried to contact him as you can see by my 2nd post.
Are you serious?
DO YOUR RESEARCH seriously, maybe that should have been your new years resolution.

here i did the research for you. (http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?p=8799567) this guy is running 19x9.5 et33 and 19x11 et33. the OP is selling more -offset which means it will poke out more not causing it to rub in the side fender well. do you get it? if not you should not inquire these wheels or any wheels and just stay with your stock wheels so you dont have to worry about rubbing.
people who are lowered, run more + offset have no seen rubbing in the "inside wheel well" area.
But you will rub on the fender, also why the OP is saying you have to roll your fenders. man someone with "HREs" on his supra should know how to do some research on their own.
also use google (https://www.google.com/#hl=en&safe=o...=1440&bih=687P).
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