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      12-29-2013, 07:31 PM   #1
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Fitment help please

Ok, I am looking to put a set of avant garde m355 on my ride. Well, they are discontinued. The only set I can find brand new are m3 fitment.
19x9.0 ET15mm Front 19x10 ET25mm Rear.

The recommend fitment for e92 is 19x9.0 ET35mm Front. 19x10 ET38 rear.

My current set up is slammed on 19x9.5 +20 with 225/35/19s 19x11 +25 with 265/30/19s. I am running negative 1 camber on the front and negative 3 on the back.

1.I want to get a way from the irrigating rubbing on certain roads and inclines.
2. I want to raise the car a bit and keep a clean look.

Any thoughts??
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Here are the wheels I found on ebay
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Here the look I am going for
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The 19x9 et15 would extend almost the same point (will be retracted 1mm) as your current 19x9.5 et20, so you could make it work with 225/35/19 or 215/35/19.

The rear would retract 13mm from your current. You most likely get rid of the irrigating rubbing at rear and you can probably take some of the camber out, but front will be looking more aggressive.

This one has 19x10 et25 and 265/30/19 and 19x9 et31 235/35/19, so your front would extend 16mm more.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=531437

Basically the setup is unbalanced.
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Front fitment is almost the same, the rear is much more conservative though.
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