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      05-01-2012, 10:25 AM   #1
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Will these rims fit my e92?

Hey Guys,

Can the wheel guys chime in here and confirm if these specs would fit my e92.


2 19 x 8.5 et35
2 19 x 10 et20

These are to go on a e92 LCI.

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Yes.
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      05-01-2012, 11:07 AM   #3
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ET20 is kinda aggressive in the rear, depending on the tire size, you'll probably need to roll fenders.
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if the car is lowered (stock sport suspension doesnt count as "lowered"), you will definitely need a fender roll. depending on tire size, you can get away with a mild roll, but if you stick on aggressive tires, then definite healthy roll for sure.
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ET20 is kinda aggressive in the rear, depending on the tire size, you'll probably need to roll fenders.
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if the car is lowered (stock sport suspension doesnt count as "lowered"), you will definitely need a fender roll. depending on tire size, you can get away with a mild roll, but if you stick on aggressive tires, then definite healthy roll for sure.
Thanks fellas, I found a set of clean BBS CH, too aggressive though, I did not want to roll fender so passed the great deal up, some lucky local son of a gun ended up with a killer deal and beautiful aggressive wheels.
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