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      01-05-2013, 12:57 PM   #1
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9,5x19 ET33 front? someone?

Hi,

iīm thinking to put in my E93 this wheels configuration:

9,5x19 ET33 front
9,5x19 ET20 rear

I know that i will havenīt problems rear but front i donīt know. Someone has mounted this size?

Thanks and sorry for my bad english.

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Front will be sunk in with that offset I suggest you get spacers all around the rear is not the greatest either
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Front will hit the struts inside. I have 18x9.5 et35 front and that's around 2mm from stock shocks.If you have coilovers you need even more lower offset.
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My car have KW VII. 9,5x19 ET33 itīs possible too. The wheels i choose are the VMR V713.
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My car have KW VII. 9,5x19 ET33 itīs possible too. The wheels i choose are the VMR V713.
So you have coilovers.Then definitely you choose the 19x9.5 et33 with 235/35/19. If that doesn't clear the coilovers. You can get 3-5mm spacer. I have no experience 9.5 front fitment with coilovers, only with stock shocks which are more narrow than coilovers.
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you're going to need at least small spacers for the +33mm offset. the +45, you shouldn't even bother to begin with. +45 wheels will look dumb on any suspension setup.
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Thanks for the answers.

Someone with 9,5x19 ET33 + Coilovers?
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Thanks for the answers.

Someone with 9,5x19 ET33 + Coilovers?
Here is one

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=602677
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Thanks Monaco, iīm talking with Ken
Your ,welcome.Hope he can help you better.

All i can say that the 2mm gap between struts and wheel that i have didn't cause any problems last summer. Of course if you bend your wheel it might start to hit the struts.
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