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      06-23-2013, 01:42 AM   #1
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19x9 ET38 / 19x10 ET28 - e90 - How would they fit?

19x9 ET38 / 19x10 ET28 - e90 - How would they fit?

I found a good deal on some HRE's but they are setup for E46 fitment. How would these fit on the e90?
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They will fit no problem on a e90 LCI. The rears are more aggressive though so I would look into spacers. Let me know if I can help you with something or want to talk specs

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19x9 ET38 / 19x10 ET28 - e90 - How would they fit?

I found a good deal on some HRE's but they are setup for E46 fitment. How would these fit on the e90?
Pre-lci or Lci E90?

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They will fit no problem on a e90 LCI. The rears are more aggressive though so I would look into spacers.
I was just going to suggest 10-15mm spacers to front for aesthetic reasons. Rear would be direct fit to Pre-lci E90 no need for fender roll or anything else, but in my opinion could use small spacer.

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With LCI it would be aggressive enough, it would be the same as 19x10 et20 on pre-lci.
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Pre-lci or Lci E90?



I was just going to suggest 10-15mm spacers to front for aesthetic reasons. Rear would be direct fit to Pre-lci E90 no need for fender roll or anything else, but in my opinion could use small spacer.

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With LCI it would be aggressive enough, it would be the same as 19x10 et20 on pre-lci.


You know we think the same. He probably is not looking for poke by the sounds of it or I would suggest a spacer for the rears to because that's what I would do for both LCI and pre LCI. If it is in fact a PRE LCI spacers should IMHO be used

Btw MonacoBlueE90 I replied to your pm.

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Not to thread jack... but I'm actually surprised to hear you guys say that a 19x10 +28 would be no problem on the rear of an LCi e90...

I have been searching like crazy because I'm trying to figure out what a 19x9.5 + 20 would look like on the rear of my e90 lci... I know i'll need to roll fender which I dont mind... I'm just concerned bout having to do too much camber or havin git stick out way more than I'd like otherwise.

Since the OP got his answer, I was wondering if you guys wouldn't mind commenting on the setup I'm looking to buy.

19x9.5 +20 w/ 245/35-20
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