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      07-10-2013, 10:50 AM   #1
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Cool VMR V710 Question

Hello, can anyone tell me if i can run 19" VMR V710 11inch wide rears on a pre-lci e92 with sport suspension? Im not lowered... yet. Or what would i have to do to make them fit?

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Our 19x11 spec is definitely more aggressive than we recommend, and fitting them in the rear is going to take a stretched tire along with some fender rolling or pulling (depending on the tire size).
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Our 19x11 spec is definitely more aggressive than we recommend, and fitting them in the rear is going to take a stretched tire along with some fender rolling or pulling (depending on the tire size).
I figured so, But how badass would that be?!

Would the 10 inchers fit without issue or would i still need to roll the fenders?

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We make offsets that will fit without any modification in 19x10.

This is our 19x8.5 ET35/19x10 ET38 fitment with 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 tires.





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Do 19x11, you can make it fit. Cutting your fenders is better than rolling imo. I rolled mine the first time around and now just ended up cutting them. The roll doesn't really give you that much more clearance..

You will have to run a stretch tho, prolly a 255/30. Also you will want to lower your car..
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We make offsets that will fit without any modification in 19x10.

This is our 19x8.5 ET35/19x10 ET38 fitment with 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 tires.
Wow that is sexy! Awesome, thanks for the info!!! Have any pictures that really show off the concave on those 10inchers?
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Do 19x11, you can make it fit. Cutting your fenders is better than rolling imo. I rolled mine the first time around and now just ended up cutting them. The roll doesn't really give you that much more clearance..
What exactly do you mean by cutting? haha
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As far as cutting the fenders goes, it literally would be cutting the metal lip that's on the inside of the rear quarters off.
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What exactly do you mean by cutting? haha
its very easy, i was new to it and did it no problem. Someone from here gave me tips on what to do. Here's a real quick/rough explanation.. Pretty much you dremel the rear fender lip off. Then sand it smooth, and paint the area so it wont rust. When you're finished there is very little to no lip left at all. Gives you a lot of room. The process is a little time consuming. You want to make sure you sand everything nice and smooth. If you don't want to tackle it yourself you could take it to a body shop..
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As far as cutting the fenders goes, it literally would be cutting the metal lip that's on the inside of the rear quarters off.
Those wheels are hot!

Ohh, hmm. Decisions...

I really like the look of the hyper silver, But the matte black are nice too!
In your opinion what finish would you go with on a platinum bronze e92?

Don't see like any modded PB bimmers...
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its very easy, i was new to it and did it no problem. Someone from here gave me tips on what to do. Here's a real quick/rough explanation.. Pretty much you dremel the rear fender lip off. Then sand it smooth, and paint the area so it wont rust. When you're finished there is very little to no lip left at all. Gives you a lot of room. The process is a little time consuming. You want to make sure you sand everything nice and smooth. If you don't want to tackle it yourself you could take it to a body shop..
So you literally cut your fender to make the wheel well bigger?
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So you literally cut your fender to make the wheel well bigger?
the fender lip yes. its way more effective than rolling. And fender pulling ruins the look of the fender. So cutting is the way to go imo.
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the fender lip yes. its way more effective than rolling. And fender pulling ruins the look of the fender. So cutting is the way to go imo.
I couldn't cut my baby, id have to have some one else do while i'm not looking hahah
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