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      09-23-2013, 11:43 PM   #23
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      09-23-2013, 11:48 PM   #24
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But Damn these wheels seem to be on every other bmw
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Can you take a closer picture of the rear? I'm curious if your mechanic pulled your rear fenders because I have a 19x11 et 20 on a 265/30/19 and I chewed up my side wall as well lol :P. My rear fenders have been trimmed though, but I don't like pulling them and making it ugly.
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Looks badass! Good color choice.
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Can you take a closer picture of the rear? I'm curious if your mechanic pulled your rear fenders because I have a 19x11 et 20 on a 265/30/19 and I chewed up my side wall as well lol :P. My rear fenders have been trimmed though, but I don't like pulling them and making it ugly.

Here are some closer pics
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      09-24-2013, 10:34 AM   #29
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I had my shop do a slight roll. He was not that experience with rolling fenders. I heard no rubbing yet. Maybe it needs to settle? He did camber it in as much as possible.
I have notice some small rubbing on the passenger rear fender today. Over huge dips at high speeds.
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I can't tell, but has your rear fender been pulled?

Also I dont think your car is as slammed as my setup lol, might be why your not rubbing :P

I have a +20 offset in the rear however.
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I can't tell, but has your rear fender been pulled?

Also I dont think your car is as slammed as my setup lol, might be why your not rubbing :P

I have a +20 offset in the rear however.

I want to go lower. I think there is room up front easy. I am going to a shop that specialize in fenders and see want they can do to get me lower in the back
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Quick Update

I guess the suspension settled because is is rubbing like hell. I had a slight roll and pull,, but need more! oh one other thing, the negtive camber in the back ate up the tires in a month, lol more money! more money!
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Just some advice, the reason your tires are gone so quickly is because your alignment is off. Your toe is not within spec, negative camber does not wear down your tire, your toe does. Also I would suggest adding some FK Bumpstops in the rear to see if that helps the rubbing.
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Also if you want to keep you car low in the rear you should also consider purchasing stiffer springs in your rear.
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