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      06-16-2012, 11:29 AM   #1
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I have a E92 soon to be lowered with H&R Sport springs. Will 19x8.5 ET35 in the front and 19x9.5 ET33 in the rear rub without rolling the fenders?
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Yes

I ran et 25 front and 21 rear with a roll with minimal rubbing in the rear, I ran your setup exactly with zero rubbing.
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I have a E92 soon to be lowered with H&R Sport springs. Will 19x8.5 ET35 in the front and 19x9.5 ET33 in the rear rub without rolling the fenders?
Correct answer to this is NO you don΄t need to roll your fenders.

It is basic setup that vendors recommends.Tyres with those wheels 235/35/19 front and 265/30/19 rear.
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Right, read the question wrong, my response should have been yes you can run that setup with no rolling and no rubbing.
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Thanks for the response fellas!
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As long as you run reasonable tire sizes, you should not have to roll fenders with those wheel sizes.


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Widths and offsets are a good solid size. It's what we normally recommend as well. Just as long as you go with a 235 front and 265 rear, you shouldn't have any issues.
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