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      07-02-2013, 09:02 PM   #1
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TE37 Fitment Question

I'm thinking about purchasing TE37 19's 9.5/10.5 +22 all around

What's needed to fit these on a non-m e92?

I'm currently lowered on ST V1 Coilovers with rolled rear fenders.

What tire sizes do you guys recommend? I don't mind stretching a little.

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I was told that you would have to shave .5 off the rear and run a stretch tire (dont remember the size of the tire youd need) along with some camber
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It will work and you don't need to shave anything.
Fender work, stretched tyres, camber adjustments, coilover adjustments etc.

Here is few setup with similar specs

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=800425

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...=Varsstoen+es6
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Definitely possible with some fender work, stretched tires, camber, etc.
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Definitely possible with some fender work, stretched tires, camber, etc.
Any recommended tire sizes? I have rolled fenders already.
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Because those specs are more aggressive than we recommend, I can't really recommend a specific tire option that I can guarantee to work for you. Every car is going to be set up a little differently, and you may need to play around with a few different options. That being said, the threads posted above are pretty resourceful and could give you some insight on where to start.
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bump. picking up a pair of te37sl's within the next week and need some more insight from you fitment guru's
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