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      02-28-2008, 06:08 AM   #1
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ET30 9.5" all round on E92

Has any1 put 19inch ET30 9.5" VMR CSL reps all round on an E92? i have sport suspension and have no plans on lowering it further. Will it blend....or rub as the case may be?
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      02-28-2008, 11:25 AM   #2
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the front will be fine... the back will rub for sure....
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      02-28-2008, 11:29 AM   #3
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thanks for the reply. for sure it will rub? i thought it was every 1 in 5 that rubs or thereabouts....

i dont carry passengers in the rear too often if that helps plus im light too!
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      02-28-2008, 12:16 PM   #4
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Are you sure it won't rub the front. I think someone had a pretty expensive research done looking for the track wheels and not even a 9" in the front worked, let alone 9.5"

I think you'll be hitting something when you turn your wheels close to lock.
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      02-28-2008, 12:27 PM   #5
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Depending on wheels offset, rubbing has been reported on a 245 width, 9" front set up, especially in tight turns.
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      02-28-2008, 01:00 PM   #6
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front might rub. Rear should not rub, maybe slightly if any.
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Are you sure it won't rub the front. I think someone had a pretty expensive research done looking for the track wheels and not even a 9" in the front worked, let alone 9.5"

I think you'll be hitting something when you turn your wheels close to lock.
my bad.... forgot OP was gonna run 9.5's up front too.... you will rub up front with 9.5 wide rim
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So 9.5 with ET30 should be fine for the rear on the e92 right?

Sorry for hi-jacking ur thread, i have the same questions
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Fronts are going to rub, rears have a chance of some rubbing. This setup wont work.
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Whats the chance of rubbing for the rear Ron?

Is gonna be 19X9.5 for the rear LM37 if that helps
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Whats the chance of rubbing for the rear Ron?

Is gonna be 19X9.5 for the rear LM37 if that helps
heyre gonna rub for sure on the rear... i had 19x9.5 30mm rears on my E90 and they rubbed on the rear on bumps and dips
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On stock suspension you can run 9.5ET30 on the rear with the correct tire and size and you`ll avoid rubbing. If it does rub a light fender roll will clear the issue.
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I have 9.5" et30 w/ 275 in the rear on coilovers. Fenders are rolled, no rubbing
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I have sport suspension on a e92?

So will i rub for sure or have a high chance?
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i believe eas had pics on here with gunmetal csl's and et35 fronts and it looked quite tight then and i think they were 8.5" wide,i might be wrong though.
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right...

can i put a 10mm spacer on a VMR CSL rep on the front because theyre ET40 right! or is that pushing it? ive herd all sorts of lugs coming loose with spacers too...is that true?
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