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      04-13-2021, 01:09 AM   #6
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Drives: 335is coupe, e30 vert
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Originally Posted by bluewater328 View Post
Hmm, never had issues with 437m. I have 255/35/19 and only on extreme compression with turning to I get rubbing on the wheel well. 245/35/19 seems to be fine. Rear needs a roll then up to 275/35/19 fits more than fine. Height adjusters are available in multiple forms.
Thank you for the input! Super helpful for future reference. I think the part it rubs on is 335is-specific, it's the aux radiator in the driver's side wheel well. Car is on H&R Sport blue springs currently--with what suspension setup did you fit 255/35 in the front?

I believe the rear is rolled but I'll have to double check. If it is, it didn't look aggressively rolled since the 265/30 looked like it'd get within 5-7mm of the fender at full compression. I know e9x fenders are different from e90-91-92/93 and LCI/pre-LIC--but I have no idea what exactly the differences are.
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My wife would give me so much head if I did that.
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