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      03-10-2011, 01:52 AM   #1
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19x9 et22/19x10 et20 fitment??

Has anyone run this setup on an pre-lci e90 sedan? How would the fronts sit? Pics?

front: 19x9 et22
rear: 19x10 et20

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      03-10-2011, 11:07 AM   #2
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that's not good idea...
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Both front and rear wheel sizes can work but it will require some elbow grease. Fronts can work with a 225 tire but it is fairly aggressive. Rears can work with a 255/265 with some fender work.

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I know that e90s have more fender room than e92. I am running 19x9 et24 with 225 35 19 fronts, and 19x10.5 et13 245 35 19 rears. Maxed camber stock, and rear fender rolled and pulled. So for that size on e90, very do able. Some work required, and really comes down to the right size tires, camber, and fender rolling. There are e90 members here running pretty aggressive fitment, you can probably do a search here and see what they are doing.
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Rears will need 255 or 265 with fender work. It'll look great. I have 19x10 et 28 rears and am going et18 soon . Front will a bit tougher.
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