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      05-05-2008, 08:11 PM   #1
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Will 18x9.5 +25 on e92 with ROLLED FENDERS?

As topic states.

Please help. I am about the order Advan RS wheels in...

18x8.5 +32 on 235/40/18
18x9.5 +25 on 265/35/18 or 255/35/18

Will be going on e92 on kw V2...
Would i need to roll fenders? and shave anything?
I dont want to shave any of the rim, if i do, i will just go with the +35 offset

If LONGTRAN and Crazy_Bimmer can make 19x9.5+25 BBS LM fits on e92, I HOPE I CAN TOO
heres the link of 19x9.5 +25 BBS LM-R...

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Heres a Photochop I made that finalized my decision for these rims



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      05-05-2008, 08:36 PM   #2
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Those wheels are nice!

Have you thought about just shaving off 5mm from the wheel? Anything more then 5 is not safe.
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I DONT WANT TO HAVE TO SHAVE ANYTHING...
Rolling fenders wouldnt be a problem

Did LONGTRAN have to shave 5mm off the 19x9.5+25 BBS LM-R or anyone with that setup?
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Honestly even with a really rolled fender I think you will still rub, unless you raise your coil overs and make them super stiff.
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I am running BBS LM-R with the following setup:

19 x 8.5 et 32 running Toyo T1R 235/35/19
19 x 9.5 et 25 running Toyo T1R 265/30/19

My fenders are rolled a little.

I have only rubbed once, and that was on a crazy bump on the freeway going pretty fast.

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Roll the fenders a little and you will be fine.
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Rolled fenders + less rounded tires (i.e Toyo T1R's) and you wont rub as much. You will still rub if you try and take passengers unless your coils are set on pretty dam stiff
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