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      11-02-2017, 05:42 PM   #45
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im looking for spacers as well just not sure what size to get

wheels are style 230s 19 inch - 275/30/19 michelin ps4s and 245/35/19 for the fronts on stock suspension

i thought fronts would rub at full turn with 245s but they surprisingly dont rub at all

thinking 10mm for front and rear.. i dont want the rear to rub at all so im hoping 10mm does the job...
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      11-02-2017, 07:49 PM   #46
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im looking for spacers as well just not sure what size to get

wheels are style 230s 19 inch - 275/30/19 michelin ps4s and 245/35/19 for the fronts on stock suspension

i thought fronts would rub at full turn with 245s but they surprisingly dont rub at all

thinking 10mm for front and rear.. i dont want the rear to rub at all so im hoping 10mm does the job...
This is my e92, 225 and 255 rear. 12mm front and rear. I think if you have 245 and 275, is more good 10mm.

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      12-11-2017, 09:10 PM   #47
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New member here. Thanks for all the heads up on spacers with Oem wheels. After reading up on this I decided to go with 12 front and 15 out back on 193’s. I have an extra set of 15s but I don’t prefer them any farther out. And as far as the rear I have a set of 18s which I think would be too tight. Anyways I’m very happy with the fit. No rubbing on stock m-sport suspension, with 225s and 255s.
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      12-15-2017, 11:31 AM   #48
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I run a 15 / 20 spacer setup, no rubbing no modifications. style 189 wheels on firehawk indie 500's



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      12-15-2017, 11:32 AM   #49
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note, the above pics was with runflats, not the firestones.
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Would 12-15 mm in the rear be OK for 18 inch Continentals? M-sport suspension here
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      06-14-2018, 01:29 PM   #52
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Yes. I run 20mm in the rear with stock 18's on my M Sport LCI coupe.
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      06-16-2018, 04:44 AM   #53
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I had 12mm spacers all round on my car 2011 m sport on 313 alloys and had no rubbing 👍
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      06-22-2018, 05:05 PM   #54
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Ive recently purchased 20 mm spacers for the rear of my E92 335D, at first i thought it looked awful, but as it turned out as the car was jacked up the suspension on both sides had extended fully.

After a day or two of driving the ride height returned to as it was and it is now (in my eyes) sitting perfect.

Looking at this thread Im going to go with euther 10mm or 12mm for the front.

F:225/40/18 R:255/40/18

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I have 10mm front, 15mm in the back sitting on stock 335is suspension and stock size pilot 4s. Rear rubs under compression and driver side front rubs on the front inner fender in full lock. Passenger side seems to barely clear.
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I posted a while ago but I’ve got bigger spacers now

2011 M Sport 335i E92

Stock M Sport suspension
Stock 19 inch 313M wheels
Stock tyres sizes, Kumo KU39

20mm bolt on spacers front and rear

Works pretty well

Rear scraps very rarely if the road dips
Front scrap only just on hard lock reverse

Otherwise 95% of the time they are fine
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