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      09-10-2013, 08:32 AM   #199
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looks good! Just need someone to try the 19x9.5" up front!
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      09-10-2013, 12:40 PM   #200
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looks good! Just need someone to try the 19x9.5" up front!
Already did, they fit without a problem.
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      09-10-2013, 01:41 PM   #201
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Any pics? what size tire?
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      09-10-2013, 11:01 PM   #202
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Any pics? what size tire?
Did you bother looking through this tread lol? its been posted multiple times and specs as well.
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      09-11-2013, 09:44 AM   #203
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That's my bad, I had another F14 thread going. I thought I was posting on that thread. I've seen your pics\info.
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      09-11-2013, 12:23 PM   #204
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Sizes are:
Front: 19x8.5" ET35 (235/35)
Rear: 19x10" ET28 (265/30)

Tyres: Nitto Invo.

No rubbing whatsoever.

A few more happy snaps.. And a choice of CF or red Forgestar centre caps!

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Looks like you pulled your rear fenders..? did you? roll or trim?
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      09-11-2013, 07:59 PM   #205
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Looks like you pulled your rear fenders..? did you? roll or trim?
Nada. Not a single thing touched on the guards / fenders.

Although I've just upgraded to M3 front control arms, Tie rods and M3 swaybar and now the front scrubs a touch when turning.

The rear is completely stock, except for BC/BR coilovers.
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      09-17-2013, 09:16 AM   #206
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Gunda. What are your camber specs? Any extra inner clearance? I want the wheels but I would go about 5mm less in the front or run more negative camber.
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      12-02-2013, 08:18 PM   #207
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Gunda in one reply can you state everything you did front and rear to make this set up work, any sanding fender rolling etc.. That would be helpful thanks
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      02-17-2014, 01:15 AM   #208
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this thread really needs more pictures and updates! ???
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      02-22-2014, 05:55 PM   #209
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I can't imagine that you would possibly need more than a 5mm spacer to clear the front if the SDC is actually an issue. Stretch is a given when you want to run a setup like this.

19x9.5 +20 :: 225/35/19
19x11 +25 :: 265/30/19
[img]http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8087/8524111136_11a0250557_b.jpg[img]

19x9.5 +22
19x11 +25
This one's on H&R Race Springs which I think is encouraging to anyone attempting something like this on coils.
[img]http://i603.photobucket.com/albums/tt118/yosmug_photo/BMW%20335i/DSC01818.jpg[img]

19x9.5 +22 :: 245/35/19
19x10.5 +22 :: 275/30/19
[img]http://img69.imageshack.us/img69/8541/editedimg1760copy.jpg[img]
Tyler, did you ever get the wheels?
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      03-21-2014, 12:41 PM   #210
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Tyler, did you ever get the wheels?
I haven't. I was going to until I decided I'm ready to upgrade to an M3. So the wheels are on hold until I pull the trigger on an M
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      03-21-2014, 05:19 PM   #211
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wow Im looking forward to lowering my car and putting those wheels on for sure!
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      04-27-2014, 02:52 AM   #212
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If you have extras let me know, I think I may need some.
do you still need extra fk bumpstops?
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Hey Everyone,

for those interested, I now have this setup that I purchased last year up for sale:

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...1#post16391851

I decided that I want to change things up a bit and buy something new

As note for anyone, these fit with absolutely no rubbing, clear the front stock brakes on the e92, and look absolutely perfect when mounted. I get nothing but compliments everywhere I go with this setup and it is hard for me to let them go, but I have to move on

I will help whoever purchases my setup with install from start to finish to ensure that you are completely satisfied
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      11-22-2014, 03:13 PM   #214
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Trying to pull the trigger on a set of forgestar f14 SDC all around for my E90 LCI

Looking to get 19x9.5 SDC front and 19x10 SDC rear.

Informed that 225.35.19 front tires and 265.30.19 rear would fit without issue?
Rear fenders are currently rolled and

offsets are 19x9.5 et.22 and 19x10 et.28

Would this fit my E90 LCI?

I was told yes by a vendor but I just want to double check to make sure.
Vendor said that I would have to roll fenders to make rears work (already did) and add a slight camber (doesn't know how much though) can anyone chime in on this?

I don't want to pull the trigger and have something that wont fit
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Trying to pull the trigger on a set of forgestar f14 SDC all around for my E90 LCI

Looking to get 19x9.5 SDC front and 19x10 SDC rear.

Informed that 225.35.19 front tires and 265.30.19 rear would fit without issue?
Rear fenders are currently rolled and

offsets are 19x9.5 et.22 and 19x10 et.28

Would this fit my E90 LCI?

I was told yes by a vendor but I just want to double check to make sure.
Vendor said that I would have to roll fenders to make rears work (already did) and add a slight camber (doesn't know how much though) can anyone chime in on this?

I don't want to pull the trigger and have something that wont fit
The front will poke 8mm at stock camber (flush at-1.8 degrees camber). The rear will be flush with around -1.8 degrees of camber.

IMO you either need camberplates to get rid of the poke up front or more aggressive offsets in the rear to match. I also think you should go with the 11" rear wheel 11"et40 has the same outer clearance as 10"et28.

I have a prelci but my specs are
9.5et22 245/35/19 -1.8 degrees camber (245 is a tight fit, not recommended but it works)
11et28 275/30/19 -1.9 degrees camber
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The front will poke 8mm at stock camber (flush at-1.8 degrees camber). The rear will be flush with around -1.8 degrees of camber.

IMO you either need camberplates to get rid of the poke up front or more aggressive offsets in the rear to match. I also think you should go with the 11" rear wheel 11"et40 has the same outer clearance as 10"et28.

I have a prelci but my specs are
9.5et22 245/35/19 -1.8 degrees camber (245 is a tight fit, not recommended but it works)
11et28 275/30/19 -1.9 degrees camber
can you post some pictures of this?
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      11-23-2014, 01:08 AM   #217
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can you post some pictures of this?
Here are a few pictures I took the other day. There are a few more here
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...=996697&page=3
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It only lets me upload one picture at a time.
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      11-23-2014, 02:18 PM   #219
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It only lets me upload one picture at a time.
Ok so now my next question is : with running the camber you suggested, will I have uneven tread wear, or will it balance out? Reason I ask is because I just spent 1k on new tires and I'd hate to have them bald in 6 months due to camber wear.

Also, in regards to the 19x11 et 40, you mentioned that it would have same aspects as the 19x10 wheel I was looking at.

My last concern it rubbing.... I had a terrible experience with rubbing. I now have rear fenders rolled and it's now gone, so would switching from an 18x10.5 wheel to a 19x11 wheel cause rubbing? I'm sure this is where camber plays it's part, but I wouldn't want so much camber that IL burning through tires left and right.

I know it's a lot of information I'm throwing out, but I've just had bad experiences in the past
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Ok so now my next question is : with running the camber you suggested, will I have uneven tread wear, or will it balance out? Reason I ask is because I just spent 1k on new tires and I'd hate to have them bald in 6 months due to camber wear.

Also, in regards to the 19x11 et 40, you mentioned that it would have same aspects as the 19x10 wheel I was looking at.

My last concern it rubbing.... I had a terrible experience with rubbing. I now have rear fenders rolled and it's now gone, so would switching from an 18x10.5 wheel to a 19x11 wheel cause rubbing? I'm sure this is where camber plays it's part, but I wouldn't want so much camber that IL burning through tires left and right.

I know it's a lot of information I'm throwing out, but I've just had bad experiences in the past
Your tires will still wear out evenly. Rear camber would still be in spec and front camber would be around the same as the rear. Toe is what causes abnormal tire wear set your toe to 0. The 11" wheel will be easier to fit if the outer clearance is the same because you'll have more stretch.

IMO you should do something close to
9.5et22 235/35/19
11et33-40 265/30/19 or 275/30/19

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