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      08-09-2015, 02:30 PM   #1
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OFFICIAL THREAD: Forgestar F14 Super Deep Concave

POST A PHOTO!!! of your Forgestar F14 Super Deep Concave

1. Wheels Specifications (Color / Width / Size / Offset)

2. Tires Specifications

3. Camber Specifications

3. Fender Modifications

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Since nobody hasn't notice this here goes some that i know

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19x9.5 et22 235/35/19
19x11 et25 265/30/19







Dlam

19x9.5 et22 235/35/19
19x11 et25 265/30/19





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19x9.5 et22 235/35/19
19x11 et25 265/30/19






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19x9.5 et18 225/35/19
19x11 et20 265/30/19






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19x9.5 et22 245/35/19
19x11 et33 275/30/19







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19x9.5 et22 235/35/19
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19x9.5 et22 225/35/19
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19x9.5 et22 225/35/19
19x11 et25 255/30/19










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19x9.5 et22 235/35/19
19x10 et28 265/30/19





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19x9.5 et23 235/35/19
19x11 et35 275/30/19




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Can we also include the rear camber specs ?
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Can we also include the rear camber specs ?
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I cant tell what camber those above have, but generally i say 9.5 front 11 rear setup needs something between -1 and -2 front camber and rear is somewhere between -2 and -3. And yes these require fender modifications. At the very least fender roll to rear.

Cole Durden I don't think he is a member here. Found these from other website.

19x9.5 et22 front 19x10 et28 rear. There wasn't tyre size, but my guess is 235/35/19 and 265/30/19. Because this stupid automatic censoring thing, copy the link and remove the dot after m-letter.

http://blog.m.odbargains.com/cole-du...oncave-wheels/
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1. Gunmetal / Front: 19x9.5 ET22 & Rear: 19x11 ET25

2. Front: 225/35/19 & Rear: 255/30/19

3. Front: -2.3 & Rear: -3.0 (with coilovers)
Front: -2.0 & Rear: -2.3 (with air suspension)

4. Shaved Rear Fenders

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I cant tell what camber those above have, but generally i say 9.5 front 11 rear setup needs something between -1 and -2 front camber and rear is somewhere between -2 and -3. And yes these require fender modifications. At the very least fender roll to rear.

Cole Durden I don't think he is a member here. Found these from other website.

19x9.5 et22 front 19x10 et28 rear. There wasn't tyre size, but my guess is 235/35/19 and 265/30/19. Because this stupid automatic censoring thing, copy the link and remove the dot after m-letter.

http://blog.m.odbargains.com/cole-du...oncave-wheels/
19x10 et28 rear with 265/30/19 is not hard to do. I was on 19x10 et 27 wit continental DWS 265/30/19, slight fender roll should solve all rubbing when the spring compress with camber of -1 (factory specs).

19x11 et 25 will be more work on 265/30 as fender/shave and a combination of more negative camber -2 to -3.
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Mine are actually 11"et28 rear since I'm using a 5mm spacer.

-1.8 front camber and -2 rear. My front fenders were hammered flat by a body shop and the rear fenders were rolled then I shaved about 5 inches from where the fender and bumper meet.

If I were to do it over again I would go with 10"et22 235/35/19 and 11"et20 265/30/19.

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I wanted to ask - I know people are rolling fenders, but is there an aftermarket fender option that could provide the clearance in the front?

Something like the M3 fender but wider? I really love the look of these wheels, but I despise stretch tires and I despise "stance". To each their own, but I'm not rolling like that. On the other hand, I'm not opposed at ALL to spending some cash on body panels. I was thinking of bumper/hood/trunklid/rear bumper anyway, so adding a pair of front fenders and maybe some custom work on the rear sheetmetal doesn't seem much more..

@[Tiago@VRSF](contact:32345) maybe?
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Something like the M3 fender but wider? I really love the look of these wheels, but I despise stretch tires and I despise "stance". To each their own, but I'm not rolling like that. On the other hand, I'm not opposed at ALL to spending some cash on body panels. I was thinking of bumper/hood/trunklid/rear bumper anyway, so adding a pair of front fenders and maybe some custom work on the rear sheetmetal doesn't seem much more..

@[Tiago@VRSF](contact:32345) maybe?
Im of the same mind. I LOVE these wheels but can't love with wheels extending beyond the fenders. M3 fenders will work in the front, but there is no good solution for the rear that I know of.

You can order the M3 rears, but hen will have to have a body shop cut and weld the rear of your car, not to mention re-paint. Then, you have to wonder is all of that time and expense worth it to get wheels that don't fit our car to work.
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Im of the same mind. I LOVE these wheels but can't love with wheels extending beyond the fenders. M3 fenders will work in the front, but there is no good solution for the rear that I know of.

You can order the M3 rears, but hen will have to have a body shop cut and weld the rear of your car, not to mention re-paint. Then, you have to wonder is all of that time and expense worth it to get wheels that don't fit our car to work.
My wheels are flush at -1.8 front and -2 rear camber.

I went from 245/35/19 down to 235/35/19 in the front. I want to take some camber out so I get a little bit of poke and lower the front a little bit more. I will probably do -1.5 front and -1.8 rear camber.
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Im of the same mind. I LOVE these wheels but can't love with wheels extending beyond the fenders. M3 fenders will work in the front, but there is no good solution for the rear that I know of.

You can order the M3 rears, but hen will have to have a body shop cut and weld the rear of your car, not to mention re-paint. Then, you have to wonder is all of that time and expense worth it to get wheels that don't fit our car to work.
Actual M3 fenders with an E92? I've heard you have to switch headlights and such...
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Actual M3 fenders with an E92? I've heard you have to switch headlights and such...
M3 bumper, fenders, and splash guards are the main pieces. I believe everything else stays. There are posts on it. But that just covers the front, unfortunately.
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