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      09-21-2012, 09:03 AM   #1
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question regarding wheel spacers

What the largest I can use without running on a e92 with 193m wheels and stock run flats
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We have worked on many E92s, we would love to help with your question, Can you please provide a little bit more information?

Are you planing on using spacers for the front wheels or the rears? Is your vehicle lowered?

We have installed 10mm front and rear without any issues before with the factory wheels and tire and the vehicle being lowered by H&R Sport springs.
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We have worked on many E92s, we would love to help with your question, Can you please provide a little bit more information?

Are you planing on using spacers for the front wheels or the rears? Is your vehicle lowered?

We have installed 10mm front and rear without any issues before with the factory wheels and tire and the vehicle being lowered by H&R Sport springs.
The car is not lowered, I was thinking of just getting the rear a pair but I'm willing to read your suggestion
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