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      11-23-2006, 01:01 PM   #67
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Du You use run Flat Tires ?
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riceburner503, where did you get your alignment and how much? also, do you know what camber range is within BMW spec?
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riceburner503, where did you get your alignment and how much? also, do you know what camber range is within BMW spec?
I went to the wheel warehouse in anaheim to get my alignment. Currently Im running -3 degrees in the back. But I believe oem spec is no more than -1 degrees.
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I went to the wheel warehouse in anaheim to get my alignment. Currently Im running -3 degrees in the back. But I believe oem spec is no more than -1 degrees.
thanks for the reply! how much was it there and what kind of job did they do?
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thanks for the reply! how much was it there and what kind of job did they do?
I believe it was around $100. Kinda pricey but I was in a rush to get some camber added so I could stop the rubbing. They did a good job but they lagged so I recommend getting there at 8:30 when they open.
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riceburner....did you need to get a camber kit as well to get realigned?
and what springs are you dropped on?
$100 isn't bad at all for an alignment! especially for an agressive one. Most places like firestone will only do alignments to OEM specs=/
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riceburner....did you need to get a camber kit as well to get realigned?
and what springs are you dropped on?
$100 isn't bad at all for an alignment! especially for an agressive one. Most places like firestone will only do alignments to OEM specs=/
No camber kit needed. The factory alignment points allows you to run alot of camber. As for springs, im running h&r sports on stock shocks but im planning on getting some koni sports in the near future.
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both the e92 and s2k are nice!!
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Easy and painless. I got mine done at the wheel supply.
how is the ride, any difference between the 18's to 19's? lastly what does it mean to roll the fenders and is this necessary to install the wheel? thanks for your help.

PS: car looks aggressive
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very nice pics!! i love the rims, those must be 19"
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how is the ride, any difference between the 18's to 19's? lastly what does it mean to roll the fenders and is this necessary to install the wheel? thanks for your help.

PS: car looks aggressive
The ride is alittle bit harsher with the 19's but still comfortable in terms of ride quality. Rolling the fender is when you shave or push the lip inside the fender well so it doesnt stick out, in terms it will prevent the tire from hitting the inner lip on the fender.
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The ride is alittle bit harsher with the 19's but still comfortable in terms of ride quality. Rolling the fender is when you shave or push the lip inside the fender well so it doesnt stick out, in terms it will prevent the tire from hitting the inner lip on the fender.
thanks for your reply. is rolling the fender the only thing needed to bump to 19" rims?
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thanks for your reply. is rolling the fender the only thing needed to bump to 19" rims?
Depending on the width and offset of the 19's you might not need to roll the fenders.
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Depending on the width and offset of the 19's you might not need to roll the fenders.
what width setup and offset are you currently using if i may ask.
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what width setup and offset are you currently using if i may ask.
19x8.5 +35 19x10 +20
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