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      09-27-2012, 11:55 AM   #23
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Ah, the nittos. That prob helps too, Michelins run notoriously wide. I will prob up the camber a bit to 1.7-1.8 and stick at the same ride height, I drive way too aggressively to do more low out back...wish i could do more low out front to have a nice even rake, but I cracked a fender before while running a less aggressive offset, albeit with less camber, and a 235 on an 8" (now on a 9). Much appreciate the insight, my man!
oooh haha why didn't you say so! Michelins are for racecar!
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oooh haha why didn't you say so! Michelins are for racecar!
Hahaha.... well you know, when you have two of these, you know you have racecar, therefore requiring michelins...
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I'm guessing you saw that blue E92 on Varrstoens?

10.5et22 is going to need a lot of fender work and camber.

Unsure about front
I don't think A LOT of fender work needs to be done. My friend is running 19x10.5 et22 with some camber and a little bit of stretch. He also has a light roll for the fenders.
Is the camber a must or I can get away with only rolling the rear fenders ??
I am confused help
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