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      06-23-2013, 07:11 PM   #67
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Just to clarify, when you guys write 19x9.5 ET 13 - it means +13 correct? Not - 13.
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Lol. I bet I can make them work. I gurantee and already know you can run a 9.5" et13 as I run a 10" just as aggressive.

So please elaborate dude.

You don't trim your front fenders but I would fold them which you can do yourself its very easily

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Lol. I bet I can make them work. I gurantee and already know you can run a 9.5" et13 as I run a 10" just as aggressive.

So please elaborate dude.

You don't trim your front fenders but I would fold them which you can do yourself its very easily

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Which would suck IMO. Sunk in.
Shouldn't I be able to get my wheels flush to the fender without needing to do any fender work?
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I also have another question. I'm also thinking about putting SDCs on all four corners but I am an F30. I've been talking to both EAS/Modbargins/Forgestar and actually MRF.

My issue is - I want 19x9.5 ET +23 but it seems like based on what is written here - it might not clear the M-Performance BBKs?
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Shouldn't I be able to get my wheels flush to the fender without needing to do any fender work?
Well if you want them to be aggressive at all you need to do something. Either stretch tires, camber, or minor fender work.

Don't need to be scared of it man its no big deal really and will give you Latham little but extra that can make a car look alot better

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Is everyone running front camber plates on non-m models?
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Yep running front plates on my non M e90 LCI

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Do you think you can try and help me out w/ my post a few posts above about the M-Performance BBK clearance.
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Well if you want them to be aggressive at all you need to do something. Either stretch tires, camber, or minor fender work.

Don't need to be scared of it man its no big deal really and will give you Latham little but extra that can make a car look alot better

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If I had done any of it before I wouldn't be scared lol. I just don't want to buy a set of rims and then find out I need to do fender work when I wasn't planning on it. I need new rubber too so stretching the tires and adding some camber should be no prob.

Forgestar told me I could fit 235/35/19
19x9 ET 35 semi concave front
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I know its not sdc all the way around but they say I won't need to touch anything with that setup. I just have no clue on how aggressive it will look.
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If I had done any of it before I wouldn't be scared lol. I just don't want to buy a set of rims and then find out I need to do fender work when I wasn't planning on it. I need new rubber too so stretching the tires and adding some camber should be no prob.

Forgestar told me I could fit 235/35/19
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I know its not sdc all the way around but they say I won't need to touch anything with that setup. I just have no clue on how aggressive it will look.

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If I had done any of it before I wouldn't be scared lol. I just don't want to buy a set of rims and then find out I need to do fender work when I wasn't planning on it. I need new rubber too so stretching the tires and adding some camber should be no prob.

Forgestar told me I could fit 235/35/19
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I know its not sdc all the way around but they say I won't need to touch anything with that setup. I just have no clue on how aggressive it will look.
Honestly, the SDC looks so much better than the other two models of the wheel. Have you tried deep concave in the front?
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Honestly, the SDC looks so much better than the other two models of the wheel. Have you tried deep concave in the front?
I want sdc all the way around but they recommended semi deep up front and sdc in the rear with the specs I mentioned earlier
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I like how they sit. Those the same specs I mentioned?
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That set up IMO would require spacers all around. But if you rather just go for a set up that is safe and is simply going to bolt on that will be it. Although boring and I really don't like the way it looks when there not SDC all around

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That set up IMO would require spacers all around. But if you rather just go for a set up that is safe and is simply going to bolt on that will be it. Although boring and I really don't like the way it looks when there not SDC all around

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Do you think you can try and help me out w/ my post a few posts above about the M-Performance BBK clearance.
I'm sorry i gave no idea about the f30 specs and brakes. I would check there section to see if any other f30 owners can help

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I'm sorry i gave no idea about the f30 specs and brakes. I would check there section to see if any other f30 owners can help

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However, in this thread its mentioned that bbks help with the fitment of these wheels correct or?
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