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      03-11-2015, 06:32 AM   #1
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Hey guys, I'm wanting to order some new set of wheels. I need help though

Are ET30 and ET33 good enough to the point where i don't need to roll the fenders?

my "future" set up is 18x9 ET33 front and 18x10 ET30 rear.

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      03-11-2015, 07:07 AM   #2
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There is a wheels and tires forum for this.

In order to answer this questoin we also need more complete information. Is your car an e90, 92, or 93? What year is it? Is it an X-Drive?

In this particular case, I don't think I need that info to be able to tell you that the fronts will be fine and the rear fenders will need to be rolled. But this is not a procedure to be avoided. If you want the flush look, its an absolute necessity, whether you use low offset wheels or spacers, you are still gonna need a roll in the back.
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      03-11-2015, 08:05 AM   #3
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would def know the answer to this!
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There is a wheels and tires forum for this.

In order to answer this questoin we also need more complete information. Is your car an e90, 92, or 93? What year is it? Is it an X-Drive?

In this particular case, I don't think I need that info to be able to tell you that the fronts will be fine and the rear fenders will need to be rolled. But this is not a procedure to be avoided. If you want the flush look, its an absolute necessity, whether you use low offset wheels or spacers, you are still gonna need a roll in the back.
Yeah man thank you! it's a 2007 335i, e92. With Rear Wheel drive.

so its not the end of the world. rolling fenders sounded super complicated and expensive at the beginning. but now that i have more info. not too bad.
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      03-12-2015, 07:36 AM   #5
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It should clear fine front and rear. I run a 19x10 et 25 on my e92 with a very mild roll and absolutely no rub. The real key is to run no wider than a 265 on the rear. The front should be fine also. I think I'm at et 20 on 19x8.5 on my fronts with no rub.
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