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      02-17-2012, 07:41 PM   #1
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I have a 2006 e90 pre lci; was getting new vmr wheels size: 19x9.5 +22
19x10 +25; I wanted to know if these will fit with just a fender roll. I'm dropped on coilovers right now. what size tires would be appropriate for this set up? Thanks in advance!
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You can fit the 19x10 et25 with a 265/30/19 and a fender roll!
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I have a 2006 e90 pre lci; was getting new vmr wheels size: 19x9.5 +22
19x10 +25; I wanted to know if these will fit with just a fender roll. I'm dropped on coilovers right now. what size tires would be appropriate for this set up? Thanks in advance!
You won't need a fender roll. I'm fitting 9.5 +18 (essentially 10 +24) on a 265 tire, which isn't as stretched as a 10 would be, and I don't have a fender roll. I'm lowered on ST coilovers.
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This setup will definitely look good. You'll definitely need to roll and/or pull your fenders in the rear. The fronts will be a pretty tight squeeze and I'd generally recommend a 9.5 +33 instead of the 9.5 +22. Here is a 9.5 +33, 10 +38 on the LCI. (I'm not sure if he's running spacers)
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