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      03-17-2013, 08:59 AM   #1
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E90 wheel offset info...

Just wanted to make a quick FYI

So apparently I wasn't paying attention when the tire shop put my new tires and wheels on a while back.. I have 19x9.5 VMR 710's with 245x30 fronts and 275x35 rears anyway my rims of 22 and 33 offset... Well as most of you know 33 would be front and 22 rear.. Well I got mine on backwards!! Lol yes I know funny and honestly you can hardly tell 10mm offset diff w the naked eye on these rims... Good news is I have only very very minor rubbing when I hit big bumps! So that being said guys you can probably get away w a 25 offset front and clear on a e90 ... Also I'm lowered on h&r sport springs. Just thought I would post this if guys are looking for a more aggressive offset so you know what you can run. Anyway ... I'm due for tires soon so I will get them switched right way around and hopefully no rubbing in the rear... But after further inspection yesterday I think who ever had my car before me rolled the fenders already!! Winning :-) lol

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