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      01-25-2013, 12:08 PM   #1
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Spacers for 07 e92 w/ vmr v710 19in Help

I know, I know, Look it up. I have been, and there are a million threads on the subject. Wondering if anyone can point me to the correct thread or answer the question: What size spacers can I use with my setup(07 e92 w/ vmr v710 19in) without any modifications and without any rubbing?
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The car is not lowered. Stock Sport Suspension.
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I know, I know, Look it up. I have been, and there are a million threads on the subject. Wondering if anyone can point me to the correct thread or answer the question: What size spacers can I use with my setup(07 e92 w/ vmr v710 19in) without any modifications and without any rubbing?
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just messure, take a ruler from your wheel to the edge of your fender and that distance will be the spacer that you should run. and google an inch to mm conversion and it will tell you exactly what size in mm you will need. then go to adaptitusa.com and order a set of spacers fyi your lug pattern is 5x120
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Thanks lowandslow, I know I'm being lazy but I have my winter tires on right now and wanted to order them for the spring when I put the summer wheels back on. I figured someone here would have the exact same setup and let me know what they use.
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It has to do with a few things. Camber. Tire size and width/offset
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It has to do with a few things. Camber. Tire size and width/offset
This. You haven't provided us with any of what we need to help you. Being 19" wheels is actually quite irrelevant.
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Here are the tire sizes front and rear with the offset. Aren't properly balanced wheels supposed to have a camber of zero? I always have an alignment when I switch out the wheels for the season.

V710-HS-1995-5120-et33
V710-HS-1985-5120-et35
Kumho Ecsta SPT 235/35/19
Kumho Ecsta SPT 265/30/19
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Here are the tire sizes front and rear with the offset. Aren't properly balanced wheels supposed to have a camber of zero? I always have an alignment when I switch out the wheels for the season.

V710-HS-1995-5120-et33
V710-HS-1985-5120-et35
Kumho Ecsta SPT 235/35/19
Kumho Ecsta SPT 265/30/19
Have the widths of the wheels?
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I'd guess an 8mm up front and 12mm in the rear would be a safe bet.
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Thanks Game! I really appreciate your help! On a side note, are those M3 side skirts on your car? Looks great. Are they easy to put on? I have a great paint guy that works pretty cheap and I was thinking of this mod.
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Thanks Game! I really appreciate your help! On a side note, are those M3 side skirts on your car? Looks great. Are they easy to put on? I have a great paint guy that works pretty cheap and I was thinking of this mod.
No problem though to be sure I would put the wheels on the car and measure.

Yup those are M3 replica side skirts. I had the shop put mine on after they painted them but I can't imagine it'd be difficult.
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