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      09-21-2012, 06:35 AM   #1
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E90 fitment question

8.5x19 ET10 front
9.5x19 ET17 rear

will these fit flush on a pre-LCI E90? The car will be lowered all the way down on my KW V2s. Thinking of putting 10-15mm spacers on the back to make it stick out a little than the fronts. What do you all think? What would be the best tires to go with? Any pics to give me an idea?

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exchange all that low offset for a wider wheel, youll end up with a 205 in the rears with that spacer to make it work. Civics have spare wheels thats wider than a 205.
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ok then no spacers for the rears.

what tires to go with front and back?
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