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      02-17-2013, 08:05 PM   #1
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Need help rubbing problem e90

Ok so I'm lowered on KW v1
I got new wheels today 20x9 in the front 245/30zr20
Rear 285/25zr20
I'm rubbing my front spring n rubbing by rear inner fender just a lil I was thinking a small wheel spacer for the rear n roll the fenders front n rear but any ideas there cv2 vossen by the way please help thanks
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      02-17-2013, 10:37 PM   #2
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Please explain to me how a spacer is going to help you reduce rubbing.
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fender rolling king!! 786-367-1183 to set up an appointment, great guys amazing prices
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oh, and butter knife rolls. my rears were rubbing because our fenders have that goofy quarter that sticks out, but he does fantastic work on our e90.
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Please explain to me how a spacer is going to help you reduce rubbing.
Well it's gunna push the wheel out a lil it's rubbing on the inside
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oh, and butter knife rolls. my rears were rubbing because our fenders have that goofy quarter that sticks out, but he does fantastic work on our e90.
Ok thanks
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fender rolling king!! 786-367-1183 to set up an appointment, great guys amazing prices
Where u located at n how much would it be to do the front n rear fenders
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i'm not the fender rolling king ;P it's 2 brothers, they're in north miami. $25 per wheel when I did it, very reasonable
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A 5mm spacer in the front should work but might need to roll the front fenders if the spacer pushes the wheel out too far. Also the rear fenders need to be rolled and might wanna get an alignment as well
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A 5mm spacer in the front should work but might need to roll the front fenders if the spacer pushes the wheel out too far. Also the rear fenders need to be rolled and might wanna get an alignment as well
Yo thanks !
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