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      01-02-2013, 09:36 AM   #1
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Fitment w/ H&R lowering Springs?

Guys,

I am going to order some 18" M3 Replicas in HyperBlack VERY VERY soon...two days max. Here is what I am ordering (http://www.pyspeed.com/BM160-OEM-Rep...m-bm160-18.htm)

I have H&R springs on my car with the stock 189s and don't have any issues with contact except that i have noticed that the rear fender liner is getting worn/ripped from the tire touching occasionally.

What I would like to know is if I could get away with a square setup 18x9 all around? running 235 front and 255 rear tires (Im going to reuse the existing tires) or should I order 18x8 front and 18x9 rear. Also what offset would be best. I would be willing to roll the fenders if I could find a shop or someone who does that.
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