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      03-24-2009, 07:21 PM   #155
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I've searched this thread and it seems like this fitment will fit without having to roll my fenders unless someone knows otherwise? Specs:
20x8.5 - 245/30/20
20x10 - 285/25/20
However, I'm planning on lowering my e92 on likely h&r springs so will I have to roll my fenders if I lower it? Is there any harm in rolling fenders? By the way I'm looking at custom painted xix x 11 wheels in gunmetal with red accents to match my red interior. If anyone has any negative opinions on these wheels please let me know.
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i have works vs-xx comin in i wanna make sure this fit my e92 335i

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19x8.5 ET 28 235/35/19 Toyo T1R
19x10 ET 25 265/30/19 Toyo T1R (Rear Fenders Will Be Rolled)

would i have any rubbing issue on front or rear now? can i still take fast corners and what not?
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I've searched this thread and it seems like this fitment will fit without having to roll my fenders unless someone knows otherwise? Specs:
20x8.5 - 245/30/20
20x10 - 285/25/20
However, I'm planning on lowering my e92 on likely h&r springs so will I have to roll my fenders if I lower it? Is there any harm in rolling fenders? By the way I'm looking at custom painted xix x 11 wheels in gunmetal with red accents to match my red interior. If anyone has any negative opinions on these wheels please let me know.
some work, some don't...

it depends on offset, tires and also the rims. even at the same offset, some rims rub while others don't so it's really case by case when you are pushing the limit. if you want to run those set-up without rubbing, i'd suggest roll the rear and that'll solve the problem most of the time. you might be able to get away with neg camber if you get right tires and offset but without offset, i just can't be sure.

There's no harm in rolling fenders. Maybe somewhat risky if you don't know what you are doing or how to do it but rolling the fender itself is very effective and proven technology. GL!

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i have works vs-xx comin in i wanna make sure this fit my e92 335i

lowered on H&R Sport

19x8.5 ET 28 235/35/19 Toyo T1R
19x10 ET 25 265/30/19 Toyo T1R (Rear Fenders Will Be Rolled)

would i have any rubbing issue on front or rear now? can i still take fast corners and what not?
Those are M3 offset!!! you'll be fine with the front since you are running standard 235s. I don't really see any issue taking fast corners with 235s. If you roll the rear, i don't really see much problem neither, especially with toyos... Great looking wheels!!!
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Those are M3 offset!!! you'll be fine with the front since you are running standard 235s. I don't really see any issue taking fast corners with 235s. If you roll the rear, i don't really see much problem neither, especially with toyos... Great looking wheels!!!
thanks i was just making sure i ask long for help since he always have his rims sitting flush so yeah...damn haha i need to find a place in sacramento that do fender rolling cuz im scraping everywhere the paint on the inner fender is rubbing off. i have oem 18 m parallels on right now off a e39 540i m

i ordered from f1motorsports! omg there good with prices oh yea i order gold. was gonna get gunmetal but i already had Diamond black finish wanna try gold for the first time ahah
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19 inch rims/tires without fender motification
Front - 19 x 8.5 , offset 35 , widest tire set up 235/35/19
Rear - 19 x 9.5 , offset 30, widest tire set up 265/30/19 (this setup had slight rubbing on hard cornering)

I have this setup on my car right now and Im lowered on sports suspension. Rubs a bit on the back. I think I may have the camber adjusted in the rear for just a little -
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will 20x10 et30 fit on e92

i want to get 20x8.5 et32, 20x10 et30. my rear fenders are rolled. will this work on a e92? what size tires should i go with?
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      03-29-2009, 11:32 AM   #161
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no wider than 245 on front and 275 on rear. 285 is pushing it with ET30...
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i had 20x9 and 20x10.5 running 255s in front and 295s in rear with no rubbing with rollled fenders. but vossen doesnt disclose offsets. i am hopping that 20x10 with et30 offset will site about the same as my old wheels.
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      03-29-2009, 01:46 PM   #163
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what was the offset on your previous set up? i've seen 255 up front time to time but damn... 295 in the rear with just rolled fender?
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what was the offset on your previous set up? i've seen 255 up front time to time but damn... 295 in the rear with just rolled fender?
dont know. vossen doesnt disclose offsets. but here are pics of my car now.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...7039&page=3#64
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      03-29-2009, 10:33 PM   #165
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if you lowered your car, i think that you would've had some issues though...

sick nonetheless...
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      04-02-2009, 01:48 PM   #166
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Just got a new set of Linea Corse Dyna's in today and will putting my existing tires from my CSLs on them....

Will this setup be fine?

Without fender motification
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Front - 19 x 8.5 , offset 30 , tire set up 235/35/19 (Falken 452)
Rear - 19 x 10 , offset 37, tire set up 265/30/19 (Falken 452)


Should i get 275's for the rear and roll the fenders, or is the setup okay as-is?

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      04-02-2009, 02:11 PM   #167
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leave it as it..looks better and a lil stretch is good
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      04-02-2009, 05:24 PM   #168
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that should work just fine with 265. i always prefer beefy look in the rear tires. i'm getting 285s in the rear pretty soon. got sick deal for a pair of brand new dunlop. i'll keep you guys updated...
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that should work just fine with 265. i always prefer beefy look in the rear tires. i'm getting 285s in the rear pretty soon. got sick deal for a pair of brand new dunlop. i'll keep you guys updated...
I made a mistake in my post...fixed it now...but the rear offset on the 10" Dyna is a et37... if that changes things
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when you mentioned linea corse, i automatically assume it was et37 in the rear. i know so because i have same rims, lm rep. with rolled fender 285 is possible on that. i test run with 285-30-19 bridgestone potenza, if fits just fine, except very very slight runb on tires when i go over the bump stop. i think little neg camber will fix that...

as far as your set up goes, 265 will sit just fine. for 275, you might want to roll just in case. you might get away with neg camber but better safe than sorry. rolling fender gives you lots of room to play with...
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when you mentioned linea corse, i automatically assume it was et37 in the rear. i know so because i have same rims, lm rep. with rolled fender 285 is possible on that. i test run with 285-30-19 bridgestone potenza, if fits just fine, except very very slight runb on tires when i go over the bump stop. i think little neg camber will fix that...

as far as your set up goes, 265 will sit just fine. for 275, you might want to roll just in case. you might get away with neg camber but better safe than sorry. rolling fender gives you lots of room to play with...
Thanks!

Another member on here mentioned something about with a 265 tire, the rim will be sticking out noticeably ... is that correct? Would like to avoid that if possible.
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i never ran 265 on my rims so i won't be able to answer you that. zoeb, however can answer you that questions. i ordered with 275s from the get go because i rolled my fender before i order the rims.
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285s...!!!very sligt rub on the dips but i'm expecting it will go away after neg cambers on rear... if not, i'm still ok with it since it's not bad and not bothering me...
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285s...!!!very sligt rub on the dips but i'm expecting it will go away after neg cambers on rear... if not, i'm still ok with it since it's not bad and not bothering me...
wow...rolled fender?
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yes it's rolled
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just rolled my fenders today and put the 5mm spacers on. Hopefully will be able to run these dyna's with 275s and the 5mm spacers.
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