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      03-22-2013, 07:28 PM   #1
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Question H&R Sports With Spacers Question

I just put H&R 10mm spacers on the front and 15mm spacers on the rear of my car. I am now looking to lowering it. I have been searching and searching, but i can not seem to come up with a conclusive answer to my question and that is will i have any rubbing issues if i drop it on H&R sports?

I have a 08 328i with sport package running Style 197 18x8 et34 front and 18x8.5 et37 rear and tire sizes are 225/40/18 front and 255/35/18 rear.

Is there anyone out there running this exact set up? or can any one point me in the right direct to figure out if i will have any issues with the setup i want?

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Very unlikely you will have rubbing issues with 12 and 15 spacers however low you go.
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Very unlikely you will have rubbing issues with 12 and 15 spacers however low you go.
cool, thanks for the response!
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Ended up ordring the Eibach Pro Kit, i feel like like its a good amount of drop, but not to low for a daily driver and im pretty sure it will work just fine with my spacers.
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