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      01-02-2009, 08:46 PM   #111
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      01-08-2009, 11:47 PM   #113
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Im trying to get a more aggressive stance...
So im planning to get 10mm spacers front & rear...or should I only get 5mm front and 8mm rear?

18x8.5(+22) [added 10mm on current +32] on 235 tire -0.8 camber 1.5 finger gap
18x9.5(+25) [added 10mm on current +35] on 265 tire -2 camber 1.5 finger gap

with roll fenders possible without rubbing??????
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      01-09-2009, 12:05 PM   #115
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Im trying to get a more aggressive stance...
So im planning to get 10mm spacers front & rear...or should I only get 5mm front and 8mm rear?

18x8.5(+22) [added 10mm on current +32] on 235 tire -0.8 camber 1.5 finger gap
18x9.5(+25) [added 10mm on current +35] on 265 tire -2 camber 1.5 finger gap

with roll fenders possible without rubbing??????
Rear should work fine with rolled fenders but front will be pushing it... I wouldn't try any more than 5mm on front, if not at all...

Is that ADVAN you got there? Sexy !!!
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yes its Advan RS, 1 of the first few members to get em >.<

Anyways what do you think about a 12mm in the rear to make it 18x9.5 +23 LOL
I want to get aggressive and be hella flush
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      01-09-2009, 12:51 PM   #117
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yes its Advan RS, 1 of the first few members to get em >.<

Anyways what do you think about a 12mm in the rear to make it 18x9.5 +23 LOL
I want to get aggressive and be hella flush
personally, i'd be safe than sorry but you are more than welcome to try out and report back

10mm and 12mm shouldn't be much difference in stance or appearance anywho...
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Hey guys,

I have a 2007 335i coupe with the sport package. I want to install 19 x 9 et 35 front and 19 x 9 1/2 et 42. The tires would be Generals 235/35/19 and 265/30/19. How would this work? Forgive me in advance for my ignorance, I am a newb!
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I have a 2007 335i coupe with the sport package. I want to install 19 x 9 et 35 front and 19 x 9 1/2 et 42. The tires would be Generals 235/35/19 and 265/30/19. How would this work? Forgive me in advance for my ignorance, I am a newb!
it will work with no issue, although if you have an option, i'd suggest you to either go 19 x 10 on rear or little more agressive on rear with existing rims. maybe 5mm spacer will do the job...
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bump... please refer to this thread instaed of pm'ing me...
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just trying to figure it out for my e90, stock height right now but will be going with coilovers in the springtime.

most likely will fit, but i just wanted to get confirmation from experts...

18"x8.5" rear et35 with 225-40-18 rubber.

i'm thinking about going with a 12.5mm spacer...you guys think it'll be ok? how about if i go to a 15mm?
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      01-19-2009, 01:07 AM   #122
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just trying to figure it out for my e90, stock height right now but will be going with coilovers in the springtime.

most likely will fit, but i just wanted to get confirmation from experts...

18"x8.5" rear et35 with 225-40-18 rubber.

i'm thinking about going with a 12.5mm spacer...you guys think it'll be ok? how about if i go to a 15mm?
i think that depends on how much of drop my friend... but with that wheel and tire size, i don't really see much problem. go with 15, if it rubs, you can always roll the fender or downsize the spacer...

uh... i guess that wasn't much of help...
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i think that depends on how much of drop my friend... but with that wheel and tire size, i don't really see much problem. go with 15, if it rubs, you can always roll the fender or downsize the spacer...

uh... i guess that wasn't much of help...
lol...thanks tho.
i'm guessing i'll drop it kind of in between the h&r sport and race height. hmm, maybe i'll just stick to the 12.5mm.
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with less than 2 inch drop with 12.5 i can almost certain that it will work...
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just trying to figure it out for my e90, stock height right now but will be going with coilovers in the springtime.

most likely will fit, but i just wanted to get confirmation from experts...

18"x8.5" rear et35 with 225-40-18 rubber.

i'm thinking about going with a 12.5mm spacer...you guys think it'll be ok? how about if i go to a 15mm?

Just curious as to why you decided to ask about an E90 in an E92 thread. I think you have a great opportunity to start a thread called "E90 Sedan Offset Information - Everyone with aftermarket rims plz chime in !!!!!!!!!!"
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I am thinking to get ET 32 front and Rear for an E92... What do you guys think? will the rear rob with 275 tires?
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32 should be in the safe zone with most 275s
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32 should be in the safe zone with most 275s
Do you think it's a perfect offset for a E92?
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i'd prefer 35~38 range to be perfect for e92 but i wouldn't expect to see much problem with 32 neither... if you are in doubt, run 265. it's always safe than sorry...
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[quote=Prissy;3980031]I am thinking to get ET 32 front and Rear for an E92... What do you guys think? will the rear rob with 275 tires?[/QUO

et32's all around....hmmm, what wheels comes in those specs?

Maybe Rays Strahlen ME's?

Let us know if you can run 275's in the rear with that setup.
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i'd prefer 35~38 range to be perfect for e92 but i wouldn't expect to see much problem with 32 neither... if you are in doubt, run 265. it's always safe than sorry...
I am just scared that the rear would stick out too much

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I am thinking to get ET 32 front and Rear for an E92... What do you guys think? will the rear rob with 275 tires?[/QUO

et32's all around....hmmm, what wheels comes in those specs?

Maybe Rays Strahlen ME's?

Let us know if you can run 275's in the rear with that setup.
how did you know, good guess! I am going to go with 275 rear for sure because I dont like the stretched look.
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If anyone have a pic of ET 32 rear for an E92 please post it. Thanks
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