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      04-19-2012, 05:28 PM   #1
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19x8.5 et18, 19x9.5 et32 anyone have pics?

I'm looking at a set of wheels that are:
F: 19x8.5 et18
R: 19x9.5 et32

I want to get them on my pre-lci e90...will these fit without rubbing? I'm lowered on H&R sport springs so it's pretty dumped. The rears are fine, no problem...probably need a spacer, but the fronts?

What tire sizes are recommended?

Anyone have pics of this setup?

Help much appreciated!
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      04-19-2012, 06:24 PM   #2
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+18 is pretty damn aggressive even though its just a 8.5 width... are the e90 front fenders metal? i was never sure of that. e92 fronts are plastic so cant roll
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I have the same size rims on my e90 19" is the way to go 18" are too small
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Go with a 225/35/19 up front and a little negative camber if you dont want to roll the front fenders. Go with 235/35/19 if you decide to roll them. If you roll the front fenders you might as well roll the rears and add a 12mm spacer.
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Wait so can 19x8.5 et 18 fit on the front if on stock non sport suspension?
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I have the same size rims on my e90 19" is the way to go 18" are too small
That's a huge matter of opinion.

And yes e90's have metal front fenders so rolling is an option
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