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      02-22-2013, 01:38 PM   #1
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fitment help

I have a set of Advan TC-III rims size

18x9.5 ET22 front
18x10.5 ET25 rear

I'm trying to fit these on my e92 335i. The car is currently stock sport suspension, but I do plan to lower with coilovers to fill the wheel gap. I am willing to roll the fenders when I lower the car.


Does anyone know what size tires I can run in the front/rear? Was planning on running Michelin Pilot Super Sports. Was hoping for 235/40/18 front and 275/35/18 rear.

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225.35 youll need front camber plates with a 9.5 +22 unless you leave it high at -.65 camber.

245.35 adjust the rears to at least -2.5 with rolled quarter panels.

9.5 +22 pokes 9mm past your fenders by 9mm @ oem camber
10.5 +25 pokes 6mm but with natural camber(once its lowered) -1.8-2 will sit flush with fender.

so imagin your front poking 9mm | and rears flushed \. its a sloppy aggressive look that most stance guys get lost on. no camber match while the rear ends up looking lower than the front. Then once the car is rolling and the body squats its even worse...that reverse rake is very unpleasant to the eyes.

2 birds with one stone in here lol
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