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      01-19-2013, 04:41 PM   #1
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I would like to know if anyone on here is running 19x9.5 ET20 front and 19x10.5 ET22 rear for an E92? I have some wheels in mind but dont know if I will need to roll the fenders to fit that size. I am on stock suspension for now.
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you shouldn't need the fenders rolled with stock suspension, however if you lower it depending on how much you might need to.

At some point I ran 19x9.5 ET 0 and 19x10.5 ET +12 with stock suspension and didn't rub.
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you shouldn't need the fenders rolled with stock suspension, however if you lower it depending on how much you might need to.

At some point I ran 19x9.5 ET 0 and 19x10.5 ET +12 with stock suspension and didn't rub.
Thank you, I kinda thought so just wanted to double check
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im running 19x9.5 et 25, and 19x11 rears et22.. fenders rolled, its fine
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im running 19x9.5 et 25, and 19x11 rears et22.. fenders rolled, its fine
what size of tires??
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im running 19x9.5 et 25, and 19x11 rears et22.. fenders rolled, its fine
what size of tires??
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If you are running 19x10.5 ET22 on 265/30/19 and on stock suspension, you will rub when going over bumb(assuming stock spec camber). Mine 19x10 ET 32 on 265/30/19 slightly rub over bumb.
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Tire size of 245/35/19 front and 285/30/19 rear
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