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      05-18-2019, 02:24 PM   #1
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Has anyone run 19" 8.5/10 ET20 on E9x LCI?

Has anyone here run wheels with these specs on an E90 or E91 facelift?

8.5x19 ET20
10x19 ET20


If yes, did you have your fenders rolled, and what tire sizes? Stock suspension? M-Sport? Lowered on springs/coilovers?

If you have pictures, please post.

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Not a chance those will fit without significant fender work.
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Not a chance those will fit without significant fender work.
Are you saying this from personal experience?

I've seen people use 10.5 ET22 with stretched tires and possibly rolled fenders, which I don't consider "significant fender work".

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Not a chance those will fit without significant fender work.
Are you saying this from personal experience?

I've seen people use 10.5 ET22 with stretched tires and possibly rolled fenders, which I don't consider "significant fender work".
You sure those weren't E92s vs E90 which has a lot less flexibility.

Here's a general reference guide:
https://support.apexraceparts.com/hc...-Fitment-Guide
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You sure those weren't E92s vs E90 which has a lot less flexibility.

Here's a general reference guide:
https://support.apexraceparts.com/hc...-Fitment-Guide
What do you mean with "flexibility"?

I am very sure that they were E90s and E91s.
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