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      04-08-2008, 05:59 AM   #1
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M3setup offset question.

For e92 with oem sport suspension.

I'll get 19" rsgt 19x8.5 et 35 f 235/35/19
19x10 et 25 r 265/30/19

I know this will rub. Will fender rolling only make it clear to not rub anymore?
Sorry about repeated question.
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You might have to roll and pull. Depends on the tire.
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if with toyo t1r? fender rolling is the only way to not rub??
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I definitely want this setup.. these are 19x10 25 setup, right??
sick e92 with rs-gt dbk..
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I need more opinions!
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I need more opinions!
dnbj..i'm no expert but i asked the exact question to longtran and he feels running 255 tires on the back with thin sidewalls like toyo r-1s should cause no problems..i'd quote you the thread but i'm stil new to the forum..dunno how to do it hehe anyhow if you search on m3post,its the one with oc kids SSII m3 with rs-gts being test mounted by longtran..good luck and do let me know how yours turns out..

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for E92, 19x8.5 et35 toyo t1r 235/35/19 and 19x9.5 et25 toyo t1r 265/30/19
NEVER RUB...!!! but everyone said it rubs... Is my car different? higher than
others? yes I didn't lower my car cause I wanted m3 offset.. When I made full u-turn, on the bump, never rub!!!! I plan to lower my car either..
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for E92, 19x8.5 et35 toyo t1r 235/35/19 and 19x9.5 et25 toyo t1r 265/30/19
NEVER RUB...!!! but everyone said it rubs... Is my car different? higher than
others? yes I didn't lower my car cause I wanted m3 offset.. When I made full u-turn, on the bump, never rub!!!! I plan to lower my car either..
well there you go..the car's not lowered yet as you mentioned..hopefully the rear wont rub when you lower it..probably a small bit when you get into aggresive dips on the road..why not go the safer route and just roll the fenders a wee bit..??
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well there you go..the car's not lowered yet as you mentioned..hopefully the rear wont rub when you lower it..probably a small bit when you get into aggresive dips on the road..why not go the safer route and just roll the fenders a wee bit..??
Although it's stock sport suspension,the gab is pretty smaller than the others
because they're m3 offset I guess. Therefore, I decided to get eibach pro kit. After then, if they rub, I'll roll fender.
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