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      06-25-2017, 04:41 AM   #1
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Hey guys! I just got a set of 19x8 +28 weds kranze LXZ for my e90. Just wanted to know if they should fit perfectly fine without having to do any fender work. I am also lowered on BCracing Coilovers w/ extreme lows. Please let me know guys! if you guys have any pics of your e90 with similar offset, feel free to share to the thread!
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Hey guys! I just got a set of 19x8 +28 weds kranze LXZ for my e90. Just wanted to know if they should fit perfectly fine without having to do any fender work. I am also lowered on BCracing Coilovers w/ extreme lows. Please let me know guys! if you guys have any pics of your e90 with similar offset, feel free to share to the thread!
If that's a square setup, then the rear is gonna poke in too much. You could have run far more aggressive. 9.5" or 10" is a typically rim width in the rear. I'm running 8.5" up front, and 9.5" in the rear. I'm spaced a little so essentially running 9.5" ET 28 in the rear. I'm 8.5" ET 25 in the front. Also lowered on HR cup kit. This is what it looks like. The fronts should work although you still could have gone more aggressive.
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If that's a square setup, then the rear is gonna poke in too much. You could have run far more aggressive. 9.5" or 10" is a typically rim width in the rear. I'm running 8.5" up front, and 9.5" in the rear. I'm spaced a little so essentially running 9.5" ET 28 in the rear. I'm 8.5" ET 25 in the front. Also lowered on HR cup kit. This is what it looks like. The fronts should work although you still could have gone more aggressive.
Awesome bro, thanks for the advice! Do you happen to have any pics of your fronts? Yeah I know I could be more aggressive but got these for a steal, planning to rebuild them in the future since they are three piece!
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If that's a square setup, then the rear is gonna poke in too much. You could have run far more aggressive. 9.5" or 10" is a typically rim width in the rear. I'm running 8.5" up front, and 9.5" in the rear. I'm spaced a little so essentially running 9.5" ET 28 in the rear. I'm 8.5" ET 25 in the front. Also lowered on HR cup kit. This is what it looks like. The fronts should work although you still could have gone more aggressive.
Awesome bro, thanks for the advice! Do you happen to have any pics of your fronts? Yeah I know I could be more aggressive but got these for a steal, planning to rebuild them in the future since they are three piece!
I'll try to get some pics of the front for you. Honestly though it's best to just get wheels with proper offsets. I'm eventually gonna switch up my wheels, and when I do I'll ensure proper offsets so I won't have to run spacers. I'd worry more about proper fitment rather than the fact that the wheels are 3 piece. Post up some pics of them though.
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I'll try to get some pics of the front for you. Honestly though it's best to just get wheels with proper offsets. I'm eventually gonna switch up my wheels, and when I do I'll ensure proper offsets so I won't have to run spacers. I'd worry more about proper fitment rather than the fact that the wheels are 3 piece. Post up some pics of them though.
I hear you bro! yeah post the fronts when you can!
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