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      06-30-2013, 01:12 AM   #1
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just put oem 219s on !

bought these 18 inch m3 wheels oem for a good price well i think so , i put my 225/40/18 tires on in front and rears are 255/35/18 i rub slightly in the rear but im loving the look





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They sure look nice. You could push the front little bit more out, so it would match the rear more.
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what kind of mm spacer you think?
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Thanks for sharing. Are you rubbing on the wheel well inside or the body panel? I've heard rolling the fenders might help but you may still rub on the body panel?
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what kind of mm spacer you think?
Is the wheel 18x8.5 et 29 for now? I think 5-10mm spacer.

I only found this for example 19x8.5 et20
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Those look great, color combination works perfect
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Thanks for sharing. Are you rubbing on the wheel well inside or the body panel? I've heard rolling the fenders might help but you may still rub on the body panel?
no ill probly need a fender roll , its rubbing on the outside of the tire

thanks guys ! . im looking to get a front bumper or lip not sure yet and the m3 sides. i dont want to pose as an m3 but at the same time the m3 has the look cant lie! wont do fenders or hood though
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