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Old 04-25-2012, 02:16 PM   #1
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Question I can't get a definitive answer if this size will rub or not

I want to put some VarrsToen 2.2.2 on my e46 m3 and the size I was looking at was 19x9.5 +20 offset for the front and 19x10.5 +22 In the rear I don't want to do any fender rolling pulling or modding there is tons of threads on here about this but I can't find an absolute answer my car is lowered on tein S techs amd konis will they rub??
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Old 04-25-2012, 05:22 PM   #2
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The offset is a bit aggressive in the front, I would suggest ET33-ET38 19x9.5's.
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The fronts would be the problem with those? I was worried about rears cuz all the posts said they would pull the fenders or stretch the tiers with the 10.5s in the back
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Old 04-25-2012, 07:24 PM   #4
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I just got off the phone with varrstoen and they said their exclusive M3 offset is 19x8.5 +34 fronts and 19.9.5 +20 rear should I listen to them and go with that? Why do I see all the guys on here running the 10.5s in the back??
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I just got off the phone with varrstoen and they said their exclusive M3 offset is 19x8.5 +34 fronts and 19.9.5 +20 rear should I listen to them and go with that? Why do I see all the guys on here running the 10.5s in the back??
bc +20 rear is all wrong

u need +35 and then you can run a 305 back there if you want to

i run a 18x10+35 rear wheel with a 305 n555rII

if you do 18x10.5+35 you will fit up to 305 w/o a problem
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