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      07-10-2012, 10:50 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I just need some help with fitment of my wheels.
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F 19x8.5 +35 235/30/19
R 19x9.5 +33 265/35/19
Lowered on Eibach Prokit springs.

I added 5mm spacers in the rear and it seems flush but I want to poke another 5mm without fender rolling. My question is, what is the most aggressive offset I can run with spacers without rolling the fenders and not rub! Both front and rear.

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I guess I'll have to roll the fenders
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Anything flush/poke will require a roll unless youre 4x4. I hope you listed your tire specs wrong. It should be a 265.30, a 9.5 +28-30 would be max flush without a roll and true flush on a e92 is impossible due to the .4in thick quarter panel which is impossible to roll flat. Shaving it flat while trying to fit a 9.5 265.30 is a waste of effort.
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roll fenders add some negative camber and put +12mm spacers on the rear...you'll love it!!!

But if you roll fenders you should be able to do +10 spacers (do not use two 5mm spacers) If there are +8mm (which I thought I saw) that might put you where you want to be.
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roll fenders add some negative camber and put +12mm spacers on the rear...you'll love it!!!

But if you roll fenders you should be able to do +10 spacers (do not use two 5mm spacers) If there are +8mm (which I thought I saw) that might put you where you want to be.
Thanks for the help! I prefer not to roll my fender and plus, I'm not lowered enough especially on these springs
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Anything flush/poke will require a roll unless youre 4x4. I hope you listed your tire specs wrong. It should be a 265.30, a 9.5 +28-30 would be max flush without a roll and true flush on a e92 is impossible due to the .4in thick quarter panel which is impossible to roll flat. Shaving it flat while trying to fit a 9.5 265.30 is a waste of effort.
Thanks for the help! Appreciate it.
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uh...I just realized that you said you have 265/35 tires....uh...that a different situation lol. Those tires are a little taller then the recommend (which doesn't mean anything more then they might rub a little more b/c they are taller)
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uh...I just realized that you said you have 265/35 tires....uh...that a different situation lol. Those tires are a little taller then the recommend (which doesn't mean anything more then they might rub a little more b/c they are taller)
Yup! Thanks buddy! Great help
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