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      07-05-2014, 07:58 PM   #1
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wheel setup ?

i've been searching for the answer and i think i got the answer but i just wanna double check...

i have non-m e92 .

will these wheels clear the strut and not rub? and will the tire be stretched?

front: 19x9.5 et30 235/35
rear: 19x10.5 et25 265/30

im trying to get a flush look but not trying to stretch my tires too much. and i want 9.5 wide tires up front for the concavity.

im thinking about the ground force gf06 or gf07

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      07-06-2014, 12:25 AM   #2
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Yeah, that would work with some fender work and camber. Will clear the front. Tyres are slightly stretched.

This one has 19x9.5 et33 with 235/35/19 http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...74&postcount=1

19x10.5 with 265/30/19

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      07-06-2014, 12:29 AM   #3
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awesome OP! we are in the same market!
You have just asked what I wanted to ask.
I'm going for a set of GF6
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      07-10-2014, 03:07 AM   #4
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Front is perfect offset with that wheel size. Will be as close to strut as possible without touching and will not require fender work or camber if your lowered on coils. It will also slightly poke out on fender side but 235 tire will keep you from rubbing. Will be stretched but live-able. Rear will be close to 10 mill away from strut and also slightly poking out. Try to go with a higher offset like 30 for the rear if you can. Remember, you can always add spacers to push the wheel out more. I personally like to get as much tire and wheel tucked in between the strut and fender as possible. GL
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      07-10-2014, 04:33 AM   #5
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Rear will be close to 10 mill away from strut
This part is not true. With 10.5 et25 he will have at least 30mm clearance. For example #Tee has rear wheel that is 12.5 et27 which has 27mm less clearance to inside than 10.5 et25. I don't know exactly how much the 12.5 et27 has inner clearance at rear tho.
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This part is not true. With 10.5 et25 he will have at least 30mm clearance. For example #Tee has rear wheel that is 12.5 et27 which has 27mm less clearance to inside than 10.5 et25. I don't know exactly how much the 12.5 et27 has inner clearance at rear tho.
Bottom line, he can go with a higher offset for the rear.
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Bottom line, he can go with a higher offset for the rear.
Depends how much camber he wants. Rear can be flush and still in factory specs for camber. With camber plates you can even go with a lower offset up front and still be flush.
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