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      11-16-2012, 09:05 AM   #23
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You're such a boss for running 285's!! I'm not rubbing at all with 265/30 in the rear but my front is tearing up with 335/35, you think I can just get away with some camber?
Strange your rubbing that bad with the 9.5 +25. My fronts were 10" with +19 with a good amount of poke and only needed 1.3 camber upfront. Front fenders were only folded back, you don't really need to roll the fronts also was slammed and tucking
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^^^^^That same customer is a friend mine on here and told me he hit his rear quater panel on the wheels cause there wasn't enough camber and the fender work was not done yet. Just letting people know how it should be done before they jump into something there not prepared for. I helped him out and let him know what needed to be done and is fine now
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Ended up rolling them myself! Worked like a charm!!!
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Just got my Varrstoen 112 19x9.5 et20 and 19x11 et25 mounted and installed on my E90!!!

Fitment is great, no fender roll yet and the only rubbing I have are the rears going over bigger dips and bumps.

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No fender roll or rubbing because your riding stock height from what I see frrom the pics if not a very very mild drop.
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More pics, please? i plan on running the same setup on my e90 sedan.
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No fender roll or rubbing because your riding stock height from what I see frrom the pics if not a very very mild drop.
Yeah its stock sport suspension, just got the fenders rolled today so now have zero rubbing

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More pics, please? i plan on running the same setup on my e90 sedan.
I'll post a few more when I get home, they look and fit great. Normal driving with no roll, barely rubbed, and not enough to damage anything. But with the roll, everything is great now! My car looks pretty much like the AW E90 in the first or second post.
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Buddy you need a drop badddd............especially with that wheel set up.

Not a good look on OEM suspension
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Buddy you need a drop badddd............especially with that wheel set up.

Not a good look on OEM suspension
The rear looks just about perfect IMO but the front definitely could use a pretty good drop which will probably come in the future =)

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Looks like it's getting there just a little lower IMO, how is the rubbing wroking out for you did you fix your camber yet. I told you from the begining instead of rolling it you should just of cut that shit right off would help a ton with the rubbing bro

Here is the 11.5 on 285/30 tire about 2.2 degrees of camber and with the lips cut no roll no pull!!

You need to go lower brother but get the camber and toe done proper and you will be able to poke and tuck the rear like I was
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Looks like it's getting there just a little lower IMO, how is the rubbing wroking out for you did you fix your camber yet. I told you from the begining instead of rolling it you should just of cut that shit right off would help a ton with the rubbing bro

Here is the 11.5 on 285/30 tire about 2.2 degrees of camber and with the lips cut no roll no pull!!

You need to go lower brother but get the camber and toe done proper and you will be able to poke and tuck the rear like I was
I can live with the rubbing, it only rubs during dips on the freeway, I'm thinking another inch drop? Btw the cars looking sexy as fuck, I think -2.2 is the way to go!
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I can live with the rubbing, it only rubs during dips on the freeway, I'm thinking another inch drop? Btw the cars looking sexy as fuck, I think -2.2 is the way to go!


Only way to drive , the smell of burning rubber and not from peel outs...rub all day everyday

You will always rub with a set up as aggressive as that. 2.2 was good for that set up though looked good and not to much rubbing. With the new set up that is wider and more aggressive I will need a little more, actually bought camber arms for the rear for next years set up And yeah an inch will be perfect. This is how it sat from the side

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Rubbing is not cool, BRO. You just look like an idiot rolling down the road with rubbing noises.
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Rubbing is not cool, BRO. You just look like an idiot rolling down the road with rubbing noises.
If you are going that aggressive you are bound to rub. I don't drive around rubbing constantly bud it was a figure of speach. But you will rub over large bumps and holes.

Keep it coming bud...... anytime
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Another picture AND LOOKING GOOD!^^^

and my car is not as high as it seems... I promise lol
Looks pretty good just need lower in the front maybe a spacer up there also. I would get black grills and paint the lower grille pieces black as well
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Only way to drive , the smell of burning rubber and not from peel outs...rub all day everyday

You will always rub with a set up as aggressive as that. 2.2 was good for that set up though looked good and not to much rubbing. With the new set up that is wider and more aggressive I will need a little more, actually bought camber arms for the rear for next years set up And yeah an inch will be perfect. This is how it sat from the side


Thanks bro
BRO, you're always ragging on people to go lower.. YOU'RE NOT THAT LOW IN FRONT. Reverse rake FTL. Looks no different than how I sit, and my shit's not that low.
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BRO, you're always ragging on people to go lower.. YOU'RE NOT THAT LOW IN FRONT. Reverse rake FTL. Looks no different than how I sit, and my shit's not that low.
You must be get your eyes checked bud, your car ain't that low period, your saying my front needs to come down check yours and check mine. As well as reverse rack, I think not but it was more of a straight stance then a rack I raised it slightly that day to get more of a rack

Here's my front that you say is not low enough lets see your's little guy
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You must be get your eyes checked bud, your car ain't that low period, your saying my front needs to come down check yours and check mine. As well as reverse rack, I think not but it was more of a straight stance then a rack I raised it slightly that day to get more of a rack

Here's my front that you say is not low enough lets see your's little guy
I never claimed to be low. This isn't about me. You're the one telling everyone to lower their cars, yet you're not that low up front. Your rear is slammed much more than your front.
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