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      06-08-2012, 08:47 PM   #1
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Pre LCI wheel fitment?

I got a 2007 335i pre lci sedan and recently got 18x8.5+35 and 18x9.5+35 wheels with 235/40 front and 265/35 rear tires. I Also am dropped on some ST coilovers with no wheel gap and no tucking. Currently Im running 12mm spacers on the fronts and 15mm on the rears but want to change it up to 15mm fronts and 20mm rears. The rear fenders are rolled, but im worried about the front fenders as I didnt do any modifications.

Will I rub in the fronts with 18x8.5+20 with 235/40 tires? Dont want to assume that it does and wreck my fenders. And also, I believe I cannot adjust the front camber with my current setup? because I was just going to get some negative camber to fix the problems of the fronts but dont think thats possible, please inform me if I am wrong. Thanks in advance guys.
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