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      04-01-2013, 06:59 PM   #134
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Originally Posted by Youngbp04 View Post
I have read through this thread and am 99% sure I know the answer to this, but want to confirm before I place my order. I have an LCI 2010 e90 335i with m-package, and I am going to get the 17/9.5 arc-8. I am going to be fitting them with 255/40/17 r-compound rubber (either R888 or nt01). I am going to get camber plate and dial it into -2.8 degrees. I will not have any issue with rubbing on the front or back correct? I have not seen in this thread if the LCI will rub in the back with this set up.

Thanks again!
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Originally Posted by DallasBoosted View Post
You will need a 5mm spacer in the front to clear the strut. But other than that, you should be fine. I have a pre-LCI E92, so not the same as your car, but honestly it's not even close to rubbing anywhere.
Thanks for answering DallasBoosted! He is correct, you will need a 5mm spacer in order for the 17x9.5" ET35s to clear with an R-compound in 255/40/17 with -2.8 degrees of camber. However, the LCI e90 has a wider rear tract, and thus has 8mm less fender clearance, so the rears would rub without a fender roll, especially with the R-compound tires.

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Do you all have a full side view shot of the car with the 17/9.5" with 255 on it? Want to see how it looks. If anyone has anything comparable I would also be interested to see!

Thanks!
Here is the side profile shot of that same car:



3/4 view of the car:

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