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      10-18-2009, 06:36 PM   #1
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Biggest wheels on e92

What's the biggest possible wheel tire combo you could run on e92?
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On 20s or smaller wheels? With or without fender work?
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Has anyone ever ran 21s with rolled fenders, ect? Just wondering if it would even really be drivable.
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Never seen 21s, I think the diameter would be too large to turn the wheels in the front.
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20's is doable but the tires get ridiculously expensive and you're limited to where you can and cannot drive your car (potholes, etc). I dont think correct tires are available in the 21" size.
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20's is doable but the tires get ridiculously expensive and you're limited to where you can and cannot drive your car (potholes, etc). I dont think correct tires are available in the 21" size.
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So has anyone ever ran a 21 yet?
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