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      02-21-2014, 06:26 PM   #1
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Pics with Hr spacers and some feedback

Hi guys just wanted to pass along my experience with HR spacers on my 2009 335i coupe e92. I put on 10mm on the front and of course needed longer bolts. They fit solid and do not rub on stock sports suspension but look like the will be fine lowered. The rear I pit on 15mm and they looked great but seemed like they would rub and sure enough over a bump at higher speeds it did rub so I just exchanged for 10mm in the back and they have yet to rub and I believe I should be able to lower on eibachs without issue so all in all 10mm all around seems like a good set up on 230 wheels. Oh ya tires are Pirelli P Zero Nero RFT 225/35/19 255/30/19 I believe .
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