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      01-27-2013, 07:30 PM   #1
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Aggressive or Mild Fender Rolling?

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I currently have stock 18" rims on my 2009 E92 335i. I have 19X10 ET25 wheels coming in with 265/30/19 Hankook Ventus V12 tires. I'm not planning on altering the stock sport suspension.

So will I need aggressive fender rolling to avoid rubbing? I noticed that I have the rear fenders rolled very mildly from the previous owner.

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You might not need one but if you want to be safe,I would suggest a mild roll.
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You might not need one but if you want to be safe,I would suggest a mild roll.
Thanks for chiming in Mahhvinn..as you can see in the pics, the fenders appear to be mildly rolled already and I am hoping that will be it; don't have any known shops or guys that are good in fender rolling in my area.
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You wont need any more roll than you have IMO. If it was me just to be on the safe side I'd roll them flat.
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just fyi, that "roll" you see on your rear fenders - they came like that from the factory.
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just fyi, that "roll" you see on your rear fenders - they came like that from the factory.
Thanks man..I guess I should figure out how to get them rolled before the wheels come in.
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You wont need any more roll than you have IMO. If it was me just to be on the safe side I'd roll them flat.
Thanks for your input; it makes me feel a bit more optimistic I am trying to locate someone that can do a good fender rolling job in my area. I too want to get it done just to be safe, but if I am not able to find a shop/person to do it, I won't be waiting around with my wheels stacked in the corner somewhere
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