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      09-22-2008, 08:18 PM   #1
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20 x 10 rear wheels on 07 e92

im rubbing in the rear, any suggestions? really dont want to spend 10k on a widebody kit. would like coilovers but they all lower the car. thought about putting spacers under the shock rubbers. thoughts? opinions? techs? any feedback would greatly be appreciated
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      09-22-2008, 08:24 PM   #2
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are the fenders rolled?
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      09-22-2008, 08:31 PM   #3
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just the factory roll, all i could get is about another 1/4 inch, and may crack paint on fender lip
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just the factory roll, all i could get is about another 1/4 inch, and may crack paint on fender lip
You can roll your fenders with no damage just take your time with a small bat .
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      09-22-2008, 08:42 PM   #5
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dont know if you can tell from pic, but in corners and bumps im getting about 1/2 on the tire. worried about high speed cornering. so far all it has seemed to do is mess w/ the factory undercoating. im afraid a hard bump/corner could damage the fender
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      09-22-2008, 08:44 PM   #6
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nice go faster. im serious, not a nascar, a real car
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u can take your wheels to a machine shop and have your hubs shaved
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is there enough clearance to tolerate high speeds? i drive my shit. you talkin shaving the wheels or the rotors?
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      09-22-2008, 09:17 PM   #9
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help is DEFINATELY appreciated, dont get offended by questons guys. im serious here, i really push my ultimate driving machine on a daily basis. i drive it like it should be. and i love my ride and not looking to screw it up, so again, any and all opinions are welcomed and saved. lots of us out there, hit me up with sugestions, and track guys, PLEASE hit me up. right now the topic is suspension, next is computer controller/bov/intercooler! thanks guys
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is there enough clearance to tolerate high speeds? i drive my shit. you talkin shaving the wheels or the rotors?
shaving the wheels
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      09-23-2008, 12:47 AM   #11
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      09-23-2008, 11:44 AM   #12
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Switch to 265 rubber in the rear and adjust the camber to make it more negative.
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Switch to 265 rubber in the rear and adjust the camber to make it more negative.
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Roll the fenders and 265 with neg camber should do the trick. If you dont want to buy tires try rolling the fenders and running some negative camber on the tires you have now. If it works then you dont have to buy new tires in a 265 if not buy new tires with a 265 width.

Just one question. Who sold you wheels that dont fit on the car? I would contach that person and let them know they sold you something that did not fit the car. After all those wheels and tires we made for a 3 series coupe right?
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It'll help you if you tell us the offset of your wheels. But like Apline6spd mentioned, smaller tires with negative camber will most likely alleviate your rubbing issues. However, from your pictures it seems those tires are rubbing your fender pretty badly. It's not just the sidewall rubbing, but nearing over into the actual tread of the tire. I'd heat and roll those fenders ASAP or get narrower tires.
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