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      06-19-2012, 12:32 AM   #1
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Quick Question !

Have a question if these rims I am about to purchase will fit my car without rubbing on stock suspension. I drive a e92 coupe x drive.

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They'll fit you can add 10mm spacers front and rear if you want but it's not needed
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ThAnkyou much appreciated
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That offset will be a bit sunk in the rear. That sizing is for E46's or E90-LCI's. What we recommend for our wheels is a 8.5 +35, 9.5 +33.
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