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      12-08-2012, 07:47 PM   #1
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Will these fit my 2010 e90 lci and how much work would it take to get the to work without getting any rubbing thanks.
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Will these fit my 2010 e90 lci and how much work would it take to get the to work without getting any rubbing thanks.
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Depends what your suspension set up is. The front will work the back will aggressive and you will need fender work. Either cut(which i recommend)or a rub and pull( which I don't recommend)
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Depends what your suspension set up is. The front will work the back will aggressive and you will need fender work. Either cut(which i recommend)or a rub and pull( which I don't recommend)
I'm on m-sport suspension and I'd rather not pull my fenders thanks
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Depends what your suspension set up is. The front will work the back will aggressive and you will need fender work. Either cut(which i recommend)or a rub and pull( which I don't recommend)
I'm on m-sport suspension and I'd rather not pull my fenders thanks
You should be fine on sport suspension. You should really lower your car though it sits to high stock
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You should be fine on sport suspension. You should really lower your car though it sits to high stock
So will I need to roll my fenders or I'm ok with m-sport suspension?
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They will fit but may be to aggressive for what your after. Maybe go with a +30
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Needs to be slammed with stretched tires for it to look decent.
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