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      01-15-2013, 04:56 PM   #1
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E92 19x10 ET22 Fitment

Does anyone know if a 19x10 ET22 wheel with 265/30/19 tires will fit in the rear of a pre-lci E92? Will it require rolling the fenders?

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We usually recommend 19"x10" ET38 for prelci e92.
You will surely need to roll your fenders to fit ET22.
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it should fit. Your rear rim will stick out +3mm from the fender. So make sure you get a good roll. Are you lowered?
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it should fit. Your rear rim will stick out +3mm from the fender. So make sure you get a good roll. Are you lowered?
Not lowered currently (stock sport suspension), but plan to do the eibach pro-kit. Would that still work?
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it should fit. Your rear rim will stick out +3mm from the fender. ...
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Ok, HOW do you know that?! That's exactly what I have been trying to figure out without posting a "will this one fit..no? how about THIS one..." request every time I stumble across another wheel I like. I even went out with a straight-edge and a damn tape measure trying to figure out how much space I actually have from hub plate to fender (I have an E91). Then I ran the calculator and tried to figure out how much rim will project from the hub plate... didn't add up.

I could punch numbers into offset calculators all day long and get all kinds of great results - but if I don't know how much I have to WORK with...

How did you know those specs will exceed the fender by +3mm, and where do I find that stuff for my car?

Ok there... we apologize for this interruption and return you to your regularly scheduled thread...
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