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      07-31-2008, 09:44 PM   #89
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Hey Hun77777 please add this fitment to your OP and here are the specs. This is by far the most aggressive I have seen with OUT negative camber and with this offset.

20x9 ET35 front on Tires 245/35/20
20x10.5 ET35 rear on Tires 275/30/20

Lowered on H&R sport springs withOUT fender rolling or Negative camber. I did a inner fender modification called "inner fender elimination". You get way more clearance than fender rolling.

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Now, can you elaborate a little on what exactly "inner fender elimination" is, before I add your setup to OP?
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I know this is for a e90 328i sedan! May someone can help me?

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19" x 10" 265 T1R's +20 offset (m3 offset) with conservative drop ie H&R Sport springs + rolled fenders on the rear? Can it be good squeeze without too many problems?
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      07-31-2008, 11:38 PM   #91
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Hey Hun77777 please add this fitment to your OP and here are the specs. This is by far the most aggressive I have seen with OUT negative camber and with this offset.

20x9 ET35 front on Tires 245/35/20
20x10.5 ET35 rear on Tires 275/30/20

Lowered on H&R sport springs withOUT fender rolling or Negative camber. I did a inner fender modification called "inner fender elimination". You get way more clearance than fender rolling.

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Now, can you elaborate a little on what exactly "inner fender elimination" is, before I add your setup to OP?

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+1 can i have more information about inner fender elimination.
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      08-01-2008, 02:50 AM   #92
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I know this is for a e90 328i sedan! May someone can help me?

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19" x 10" 265 T1R's +20 offset (m3 offset) with conservative drop ie H&R Sport springs + rolled fenders on the rear? Can it be good squeeze without too many problems?
I've seen many many people with M3 offset rims with Fender rolled E90s so my guess is that it would work for you, especially if you roll the fender and use 265.
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I was interested in the Marcato MMRs 19x9 et36 and 19x10 et38 in my e93. I have the stock suspension. I was hoping to run 245/35/19 and 275/30/19. Will I have rubbing issues, or should I go w/ 235s and 265s. I'm also hoping to not roll the fenders if possible. Lastly, any recommendations with which tires have narrower sidewalls and which have fattter sidewalls. Thanks, Ed
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Sorry for the late reply. Basically it means just that, instead of rolling which only gives you so much to play with, I trim the inner fender lip and completely eliminate it. I've done this method to many board members that had rolled fenders but were still rubbing. It is the only way to have the most aggressive set up possible.
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I was interested in the Marcato MMRs 19x9 et36 and 19x10 et38 in my e93. I have the stock suspension. I was hoping to run 245/35/19 and 275/30/19. Will I have rubbing issues, or should I go w/ 235s and 265s. I'm also hoping to not roll the fenders if possible. Lastly, any recommendations with which tires have narrower sidewalls and which have fattter sidewalls. Thanks, Ed
That set up will work just fine with 245 in the front and 275 in the rear. If it does end up rubbing for whatever reason, a small fender roll will not harm anything. The 235's in the front will look wierd with your wheel exposed way too much. If anything do a 245 front and 265 rear to play it safe.

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hun7777 please update. thank you.
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I wonder 285-30-19 will work with fender roll... tempting... but it seems considerably wider than 275s... any thoughts?
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damn that'd be a fat tire. if u're goin 19x10 or 19x10.5 i'd stick w/ 275 tires. if u go w/ 19x9.5, go w/ 265.
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      12-26-2008, 01:54 AM   #99
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damn that'd be a fat tire. if u're goin 19x10 or 19x10.5 i'd stick w/ 275 tires. if u go w/ 19x9.5, go w/ 265.
i'm currently running 19x10.5 with 275s and no rubs... so i figured it might work...
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      12-26-2008, 03:54 AM   #100
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I wonder 285-30-19 will work with fender roll... tempting... but it seems considerably wider than 275s... any thoughts?
I ran a 20x10 with a 40mm offset and 285/25/20 tires, which is about the same over all diameter as the tire size you plan on running.

I had zero rubbing, running KW V3 with rolled fenders
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      12-26-2008, 04:00 AM   #101
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I ran a 20x10 with a 40mm offset and 285/25/20 tires, which is about the same over all diameter as the tire size you plan on running.

I had zero rubbing, running KW V3 with rolled fenders
thx joeb... i think imma try 285s...
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It's Zoeb

Keep in mind I was running a very conservative offset to be able to run that tire size

It wont work with all setups
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lol sorry Zoeb...

My offset is 38 in the rear so it should be really close. i just need to look for right set of tires...
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My offset is 38 in the rear so it should be really close. i just need to look for right set of tires...
10" or 10.5"?
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that means your wheels stick out 8.25 mm further than mine did

that's not gonna be so easy.
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tire size

So I pretty sure I'm going to get the linea corse Z2S wheels. But i'm not sure if I can run the nitto invo on them and if so what size? Or what is another good tire to run? I don't want to roll the fenders. Here are the sizes I think might work but I want to be sure there is no rubbing.

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19x9.5 ET35 rear


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So I pretty sure I'm going to get the linea corse Z2S wheels. But i'm not sure if I can run the nitto invo on them and if so what size? Or what is another good tire to run? I don't want to roll the fenders. Here are the sizes I think might work but I want to be sure there is no rubbing.

Linea Corse Z2S:
19x8.5 ET30 front
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235/35/19 Front
275/30/19 Rear
That combo will work perfectly on your car, the offset is ideal for running a 275 w/o issues.
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