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      02-15-2011, 08:28 PM   #1
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Question Will an 19 x 10 ET35 fit on a e92 rear without rubbing?

Will an 19" x 10" ET35 rear fit on a e92 without any rolling and not rub? I'm finding conflicting numbers trying to figure this out. I'm also planning on dropping the already sport suspension around .5" in the rear. Any help is appreciated.
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roll em its quik and easy!!
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Thanks for the quick replies. One more quick question, say I didn't want to roll the fenders and had a drop; what's the flushest ET I can go with on the rear without issues?
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You'd want to go with the 19x10 ET38 with a 265/30/19 if you're car is lowered and you don't want rubbing issues.
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Thanks for the quick replies. One more quick question, say I didn't want to roll the fenders and had a drop; what's the flushest ET I can go with on the rear without issues?
Even with our recommended 10 +38 and a 265, depending on how low you are, alignement, and tire characteristics, its tough to determine if you will rub or not. There are a handful of factors that come into play once you lower the ride height. I would recommend running a Falken FK452 or a Toyo T1R so that it gives you a bit more room to play with in regards to lowering the vehicle and not fender rolling.

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Anyone know how many mm of clearance fender rolling gives you? I'm thinking around 5mm. What are your thoughts?
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