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      01-20-2012, 02:39 AM   #1
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Fitting 19x9/10 +24 on Pre-LCI e90

I have some 19x9 +24 and 19x10 +24 rims that I plan on lowering my car on. Would someone help me with the tire sizes for each of these. Is there a certain range of tire sizes that will fit nicely without rubbing? I assume the rear would need some fender rolling, not sure about the front.
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235 front with as much negative camber as you can get, no roll necessary.
265 rear with OEM camber, good fender roll.
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After asking around a few shops, they all seemed to be skeptical about rolling the fenders on the e90s. Is there anything special about our cars the make them seem harder to do than other cars?
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After asking around a few shops, they all seemed to be skeptical about rolling the fenders on the e90s. Is there anything special about our cars the make them seem harder to do than other cars?
I love Texas and grew up there but most shops wont know jack shit about your car and will likely fuck your car up bad. Speak to the members in your regional section and they will recommend quality shops they trust.
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