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      06-03-2014, 04:42 PM   #1
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quick fitment question

Can I fit the varrstoen es1's
size: F-19x9.5-20 R- 19x11-25
cars an e92 335is on H&R sport Lowering springs
will i be able to fit without rubbing, without rolling fenders and adjusting camber
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nope, will need camber AND fender rolling.
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nope, will need camber AND fender rolling.
Yep. Only thing he might get away is without rubbing most of the time. It looks nice tho http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...&postcount=437
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Yep. Only thing he might get away is without rubbing most of the time. It looks nice tho http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...&postcount=437
thanks guys, what lm reps could I look at for an alternative with an agressive offset, and deep lips... probably more comfortable looking for 19x8.5 and 19x10
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thanks guys, what lm reps could I look at for an alternative with an agressive offset, and deep lips... probably more comfortable looking for 19x8.5 and 19x10
Without at least rolling your fenders you can't fit aggressive offsets. Look for 8.5et30-35 up front and 10et35-40 or 9.5et30-35 for the rear.
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Without at least rolling your fenders you can't fit aggressive offsets. Look for 8.5et30-35 up front and 10et35-40 or 9.5et30-35 for the rear.
so would 10et32 fit for the back??
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so would 10et32 fit for the back??
Most likely it would. If it does rub a little bit a minor fender roll or negative camber would take care of that.
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Typically you would want to run a 19x8.5 ET35/19x9.5 ET33 or 19x10 ET38 (or comparable offset) for your car, if you're not looking to touch the fenders at all, or to stretch the tires at all. No rubbing issues with a setup like that.
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