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      02-28-2024, 11:27 PM   #1
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Spacers advice/recommendation

Need help finding spacers that would work best with my car. I am not planning on lowering it as it came with the msport suspension and it sits at a good height for me. What size spacers do you guys think I should get? links would be appreciated. Photo attached

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      02-29-2024, 06:59 AM   #2
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15mm works for me in my e91 m sport, not linking any shops Im on different side of the world ;-)
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I run 12mm on my stock 18's at all 4 corners for a nice OEM+ look.

15mm would fit but look less OEM, IMHO.

If you're running stock front camber, I'd say 15mm is a bit too aggressive up front.
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it ALL depends on the specs of your current rims....

if they are original for an e90 LCI then 10mm front & 15mm rear is a pretty safe bet.
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I ran 15f/18r on my previous e90. Mine had style 162s so not the same wheels but they looked about equally sunken before the spacers and here's how it looked after.
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I tried 15s an they are good but Iím lowered so in the rear there are some little sratches to wheel arch. OEM wheels rear 255 front 225
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      03-13-2024, 01:30 AM   #7
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I run a 12mm front spacer and no rear spacer, Iím on ST XA coilovers with dinan front camber plates, no rubbing issues at all. 18x9 front wheels 18x9.5 rears with a 235x40 front tire and a 265x35 rear tire
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