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      02-13-2013, 07:51 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by edirtaynine View Post
you're going to smash up your front fenders with those specs. dont forget that our e92's have plastic front fenders so you cant roll/pull anything.

and those are cheap wheels. i wouldn't bother trying to make those wheels fit in the first place, even if someone gave them to me for free. not worth the results in my opinion.


no one here runs a 10.5 +10 fronts, let alone hardly anyone runs a 10.5+10 rears. your front will poke 34mm from flush with | -.65 camber as your rears will poke 21mm at \ -2.0. your stretch and camber will not match ruining any look youre going for. For the hassle of redrill or adapters to make them even work youll need a 235.35 front with camber plates. Try another wheel, those look kinda nasty.

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