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      03-06-2012, 12:02 AM   #1
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E90 LCI fitment question

Would VMR V710s 19x8.5 et30(front) 19x9.5 et22(rear) fit on an e90 LCI sport suspension with no fender modifications? Any rubbing? Thanks!
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No, this is too aggressive for the E90 LCI if you're not willing to roll your fenders. The most aggressive fitment I'd recommend if you're on stock sport suspension is the 19x8.5 ET35 / 19x9.5 ET33-35.
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Would VMR V710s 19x8.5 et30(front) 19x9.5 et22(rear) fit on an e90 LCI sport suspension with no fender modifications? Any rubbing? Thanks!
No, this is too aggressive for the E90 LCI if you're not willing to roll your fenders. The most aggressive fitment I'd recommend if you're on stock sport suspension is the 19x8.5 ET35 / 19x9.5 ET33-35. Please see below for a few examples:

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how bad would i rub?
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Actually you'd rub really badly. I put et30's in 19 in. with 265/30/19 tires in the rear and still had to roll my fenders due to rubbing.
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Actually you'd rub really badly. I put et30's in 19 in. with 265/30/19 tires in the rear and still had to roll my fenders due to rubbing.
Sorry to revive a dead thread, but we're you lowered or at stock height? Thanks!
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