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      02-04-2019, 03:46 PM   #1
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19x10 fronts

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Looking to see if anyone has run a set up with 19x10 +20 up front. Looking to get some forgestar f14 19x10 +20 front and 19x11 +27 rear. I have a 2011 E92 335i. I've looked around. Haven't seen many set ups that aggressive. Just would like to know what kind of modifications I would have to do?

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Lol absolutely zero chance without major camber and stretching. If that. And it would look mexi-poke unless you're dropped.

That setup just about clears on E92 M3s for reference, showing how much more fender you need both front and rear.
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Lol absolutely zero chance without major camber and stretching. If that. And it would look mexi-poke unless you're dropped.

That setup just about clears on E92 M3s for reference, showing how much more fender you need both front and rear.
Yeah I'll be on air soon but I figured it way to aggressive but the deal for the set was too good not to acknowledge lol.
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Its definitely doable, you will need to run a little bit of negative camber, stretch your tires, as well as have your fenders rolled. I'm running an 18x10 +10 with a 225/35/18 and about -3.2 degrees of camber
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With a lil' camber adjustment those 10 inchers will look just great . . .
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Its definitely doable, you will need to run a little bit of negative camber, stretch your tires, as well as have your fenders rolled. I'm running an 18x10 +10 with a 225/35/18 and about -3.2 degrees of camber
Lol -3.2 is not "a little bit of negative camber."

And 225s on a 10"...

Yeah, sure, it's "doable" if that's your definition I suppose.
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This thread may already be settled but I'll chime in just in case.

I'm less familiar with LCI E92 fitments... but I can tell you that the 18x9.5 +23 wheels I run in the rear needed a little camber and a fender roll to not rub on my '11 E90

Can't imagine trying to stuff 19x11 +2x in there without some serious bodywork
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Thanks for all the insight but I went ahead and order the usual specs that most people are running on this car. 19x9.5 +22 and 19x11 +25 will be posting pictures when it is done!
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What? Those are far from usual specs for non-Ms.

Good luck. Chances are you'll be listing them for sale very soon after test fitting them, lol.
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Hmmm take a quick look on the forums.. plenty of post of people running that exact set up..
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What? Those are far from usual specs for non-Ms.

Good luck. Chances are you'll be listing them for sale very soon after test fitting them, lol.
It's not "usual" that's for sure but they'll fit. Stay posted for pictures. Also purchased airlift suspension for it.
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Wouldn't hold your breath tho.. forgestars turn around time on these are like 4-6 weeks :
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What? Those are far from usual specs for non-Ms.

Good luck. Chances are you'll be listing them for sale very soon after test fitting them, lol.
It's not "usual" that's for sure but they'll fit. Stay posted for pictures. Also purchased airlift suspension for it.
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Again, good luck. That's a flush E9X M3 fitment and you're missing inches of fender space to accommodate it.

Not gonna happen unless you're gonna be Mexi-flush and stancenationed like it's 2010.
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Again, good luck. That's a flush E9X M3 fitment and you're missing inches of fender space to accommodate it.

Not gonna happen unless you're gonna be Mexi-flush and stancenationed like it's 2010.
"Also purchased airlift suspension for it."

That tells me all I need to know.
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Damn I'm glad all you pay my car note. Lots of haters out here.. guess I won't ask for help from you assholes lol
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OP, we're just trying to protect/prevent you and your e92 from a costly mistake and from bastardizing your car's sleek body. You're headed toward hella fail. No hate. Do what you want if it makes you happy. I've been there trying to fit 19x11s et35 with 285/30 Pilot SS (BADAZZZ WIDE MUTHERS). They could fit with a shave, a roll, a pull, a major camber adjustment, a trimmed wheel pad . . . etc. etc. Hella flush isn't for me. I wasn't willing to go beyond a shave. I stayed with my current 19x10.5 et35/5mm spacer with 275/30 Pilot 4S.
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OP, we're just trying to protect/prevent you and your e92 from a costly mistake. No hate. Do what you want if it makes you happy.
19x10 won't fit. 19x9.5 will fit. Has been done plenty of times before. 19x11 requires rolled fenders. Ain't rocket science kids. But I'm glad you guys care so much.
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19x10 won't fit. 19x9.5 will fit. Has been done plenty of times before. 19x11 requires rolled fenders. Ain't rocket science kids. But I'm glad you guys care so much.
Here's my front 19x9.5 et30 with 235/35 P4S and rear 19x10.5 et30 with 275/30 . . . in contrast, I'm sure you want to stretch and heavy poking
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19x10 won't fit. 19x9.5 will fit. Has been done plenty of times before. 19x11 requires rolled fenders. Ain't rocket science kids. But I'm glad you guys care so much.
Here's my front 19x9.5 et30 with 235/35 P4S and rear 19x10.5 et30 with 275/30 . . . in contrast, I'm sure you want to stretch and heavy poking
Very nice fitment! Here's mine currently

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Here is a set up with the forgestar spec that I have ordered
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Very nice fitment! Here's mine currently

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Here is a set up with the forgestar spec that I have ordered
Your current set up looks to be AG M359s with spacers? It looks great man! Real world performance aggressiveness. But if you're after the park it and slam it new look, that's your jam. Then enjoy.
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Correct! I'll be keeping them as well. I've liked the forgestars concavity and have always wanted them. Had a good deal on them so I ordered. As for poke. It's about flush with the fender. Tires are going to have to be a little stretched. Not a problem. It's not my daily. As for air suspension, I can't drive the car anywhere because of it being lowered. Wanted it to be more practical. I'll post fitment in the next couple months. It's not as aggressive as you guys think.
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