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      04-12-2008, 01:34 AM   #54
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Originally Posted by hun77777 View Post
I thought higher the offset, more sit flush with fenders, no?

Say, if I put 5 or 10 mm spacers, which makes the offset 33~38, don't you think it will stick out and rub on fenders?

Is 43 offset too much for E92 to handle? I don't want rims touching control arms nor to roll/shave the fenders. So these set up won't fit without doing any of these?

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For more info about offset, look at this http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/tech/...jsp?techid=101

There's a ton of info on Tirerack's site that's useful in educating yourself about wheel fitments. In addition, you can do test fitments on the site by choosing a vehicle and seeing how the wheels & tires look on the car.

The original fitment for a bone-stock E9x-series is 7x16 wheel w/ a 205-55-16 tire. Going to 20" wheels means going to a Plus 4 fitment. There will be a number of compromises for the look you want to achieve.
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