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      10-11-2006, 06:22 AM   #1
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CSL with E92 ET help

Hi all,

I've just found some CSL lookalikes here in Denmark for my E92 made by Italian AZ wheels.


The only problem is they come with ET 20 for the front and ET20/ET45 for the rear.

8x18" ET20
9x18" ET20/ET45

My question is, can i use these at all? i have no sports suspension or plans for lowering. Im thinking of using 225 front and 255 rear tires.

The calculator tells me:
Front will EXTEND an extra 14mm
Rear will EXTEND an extra 23mm
Compared to the OEM 18" setup.

I guess i could use the ET45 with a 10/15mm spacer? my concern is the front...

Any help is welcome, thanks
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i would get the velocity motoring reps from **********s.com because they come in a 30 offset. 30 offset all around should work well think. u can find out by calling or emailing modbrgains.com
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