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      03-14-2015, 04:02 PM   #1
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Fitment on an E90 LCI

Quick question about fitment on an e90 lci

Specs of the wheels i am planning on buying:

19x9.5 et 30 front
19x10 et 25 rear

Tires which i already have in my possession from a previous set of wheels:

235/35/19 Hankook ventus v2
265/30/19 Hankook ventus v2

I am lowered on ST Coilovers with roughly 1 finger gap all the way around and DO NOT have fenders rolled.

My question is what modifications would be required to make this fit?
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Hi

It's impossible to fit without fender roll...

Happy trying

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Should fit with just fender roll to rear, maybe little bit added camber. Front should fit without anything.
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Should fit with just fender roll to rear, maybe little bit added camber. Front should fit without anything.
How much camber are you thinking in the rear?

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It's impossible to fit without fender roll...

Happy trying

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I was expecting to do a fender roll on all 4 corners. Just that alone should make it fit?
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How much camber are you thinking in the rear?
If it's even needed. Hard to say but maybe about -2. I wouldn't worry about it. Just get rear fenders rolled and if it isn't enough then adjust the camber. If you want to roll the front you can do that. I had 18x9.5 et30 with 235/40/18 at front about 1 finger gap. No fender work or rubbing.
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