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      04-06-2017, 12:48 AM   #1
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Will it Fit?

Hey guys just curious as to if Ill be able to put a 25mm or a 15mm spacer on the rear for my E90 LCI. The wheel specs for the rears are 19x10 ET37 and tire size of 265/30/19 also the tire brand is Hankook V12 Evo 2s if I am not mistaken. Thank everyone for your help!

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Hey guys just curious as to if Ill be able to put a 25mm spacer on the rear for my E90 LCI. The wheel specs for the rears are 19x10 ET37 and tire size of 265/30/19 also the tire brand is Hankook V12 Evo 2s if I am not mistaken. Thank everyone for your help!
If you're lowered, I promise you it will not fit. +12 is pretty aggressive for an E90 LCI.
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If you're lowered, I promise you it will not fit. +12 is pretty aggressive for an E90 LCI.
Should I drop it back down to a 15mm spacer? So effectively a +22
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If you're lowered, I promise you it will not fit. +12 is pretty aggressive for an E90 LCI.
I can agree with this poster. I have this same set up. Wheels in the rear rubbed crazy, not even felt saved me. I would go atleast 10mm.

I enjoyed the aggressive look though, it was clean.

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I am running 19x10.5 et 22 in the rear and even with a fender pull I rub crazy. I do not have rear camber adjustment so the alignment shop said they could not budge past -2.8 camber. Inner camber of the tire only lasted me a year.
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