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      06-01-2012, 07:12 AM   #1
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Aggressive fitment setup

Hi,

I have the following setup:

BMW Performance 269 wheels

19x8 et 37 w/ 225/35/19
19x9 et 39 w/ 255/30/19

I have a pre-lci e92 335xi. Just wondering what size spacers can I fit in the front and back to make my setup more aggressive without any fender rolling.
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Those are OEM, not aggressive.
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Yes I know that. I think you missed the second half of my post.
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You would need 20mm spacers to get them close to true flush.
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Thanks bud
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20mm might be a bit much if you won't roll fenders.
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Even with a 20mm spacer, it won't be aggressive IMHO.
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