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      04-18-2010, 09:57 PM   #1
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Fitment question on E92 - Work T1s

I'm wondering if the T1s i recently ordered will fit my car without fender rolliing.....i'm planning on raising the rear a little bit to compensate. anyone know if i am going to rub?

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Plenty of space shouldnt have a problem. I had 19x10 et20 on my car
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u should be ok but i personally recommend a fender roll for piece of mind and it effects absolutely NOTHING so why someone wouldn't do it i have no clue!!!
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