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I have a 2002 330ci with sport suspension, i wanted to know if I could fit 18x9.5 et 45 VB3's with 265/35 r18 on the rear with out rubbing? and also what et you would recommend for the from wheels so it doesn't look funny?
I had a question, I am really looking forward to buying 19 inch VB3's on my 2002 330ci. It has the sport ride height and I would like to maintain the overall size of the wheel so that my performance is not affected. What would you recommend as far as tire size goes without rubbing? I have a lot of fender space that I would like to fill without rubbing. Also, I would like the back rims to be more deep/ concave than the front rims. Thanks for the help. Looking forward to doing business with velocity motoring.
Are there any concerns I need to know about regarding the following wheel-tire set up on 2004 BMW 325i with stock suspension? I have done some research and I believe the clearance to the strut housing will be reduced by 11/16inch and outside edge of wheel will be moved out 13/16 inch. Doesn't seem like much, but I would appreciate any input.
thanks for the reply. Do the v10s have more concavity compare to the vb3?
as far as rubbing I do plan on lowering a bit. Not completely slammed but enough to close up the gap. will I run into problems?