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      11-15-2011, 10:05 PM   #1
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fitment question: 19x11 +18 on e90 non-m

So I was looking into doing a 19x11 +18 rear on my e90 sedan. I got coil overs and the rear fenders are rolled. From my searching on the forums, i have seen people get away with 19x11 +25 with coil overs and rear fender work. Just seen what anyone has done done that is close to this set or if it is possible without to much crazy work.

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I'm at 18x12 et28 ><

Pull/Rolled the rear.

19x11 18 would work. Stretch them tires!
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I'm at 18x12 et28 ><

Pull/Rolled the rear.

19x11 18 would work. Stretch them tires!
what is your set up like? tire and camber? also do you have a pic too, would love to see how this sits.
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