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Conversation Between rodsfromday and VMRWheels
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  1. rodsfromday
    09-23-2011 12:53 PM
    Thanx for that! So without having to do the fender work, what would the narrowest tire be that i could use? The current tires i have are 225/40/18 all round.Thanx.
  2. VMRWheels
    09-23-2011 12:11 PM
    Hello, the fronts should fit without a problem but the rears would stick out 10mm more than what we recommend which would rub. We recommend a 235 front, 265 rear tire normally, but if you're going to be lowered on wheels that aggressive you're going to have to do fender work or use a narrower tire.
  3. rodsfromday
    09-23-2011 09:38 AM
    Hey, I have a 323Ci. Its lowered but not sure what setup it has. Would i be able to fit 18x8.5 ET35 Front and 18x9.5 ET35 Rear without having scrubbing issues? Would i need any guard rolling or anything like that? What tires would i also need to put on them please?Thanx!!

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