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      04-22-2013, 11:02 PM   #1
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Varrstoen ES112 fitment on my e90

Some of You were asking around , how does 11in wide rear wheel fit our cars. Well, there You go.

HERE IS A DETAILED VIDEO !! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlFveIzdIuw




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19' Varrstoen ES112 with Dunlop Direzza DZ101 tires dropped on ST coils.

9.5in front with 225/35/19 tire and 11in rear with 265/30/19 tire.


No fender rolling needed - if u dont mind slight rubbing in the back


* I had to put a 3mm spacer in the front because there was almos no clearance between the coil and the rimhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlFveIzdIuw
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I've been telling people this for so long. You can EASILY fit an 11" rim on a e90.


Especially a PRE LCI!!!!

Cool pic OP
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I've been telling people this for so long. You can EASILY fit an 11" rim on a e90.


Especially a PRE LCI!!!!

Cool pic OP
i knowww ! LCI is a different story tho
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Yeah, I just put a 10" rims on my rear, and I'm surprised I can still go wider. I think I'll just do a spacer for now.

Car looks great OP. Sparkling Graphite Metallic is the best!!!

You running a spacer at all on the rears? What's your offset?
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dam i thought 11s were big til i saw this!

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=699340
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Yeah, I just put a 10" rims on my rear, and I'm surprised I can still go wider. I think I'll just do a spacer for now.

Car looks great OP. Sparkling Graphite Metallic is the best!!!

You running a spacer at all on the rears? What's your offset?
No spacers in the rear , just a small 3mm spacer in the front to make some clearance between the rim and the coil.
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i knowww ! LCI is a different story tho
How much difference? I have lci and I've been debating how much trouble it would be to do this set up.
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How much difference? I have lci and I've been debating how much trouble it would be to do this set up.
i heard that in lci , its thought to fit 10.5 rear , and thats with some serious fender roll and pull. i think its just a different quarter panel .
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