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Old 07-01-2014, 03:25 PM   #1
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Euro look

Hi all what would I need to do to get my rims out and add more camber.
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Old 07-01-2014, 04:13 PM   #2
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For pushing the wheels out further spacers (LINK to spacers for your E46) will to the trick. If your factory camber adjustments are maxed out you'll need adjustable rear arms out back and camber plates up front, HERE is a link to our offerings for those. Best of luck perfecting your look!

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Dont know what the 'euro' part youre talking about is. Also, this stuff isnt really easy. If you look at my sig, i have pretty tight rear fitment. Rear fenders have about 10 hours of labor, including rolling, shaving, cutting, camber, tire stretch, and shaving wheel offset. And I still rub! Its not for the faint of heart, as some people think
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