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Old 07-17-2014, 01:10 PM   #1
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I Have A 2006 BMW 330CI ZHP Coupe And i Wanted to know if F:19/9 R:19/10.5 rims fit in my car with out rubbing or scratching the bumper ????:
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Old 07-17-2014, 01:52 PM   #2
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We need the offsets
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My guess is going to be no. I have those width wheels and the rear was shaved offset to 37. After about 8 hours in cutting, rolling, and stripping the rear fenders, I still rub. Not to mention the camber wear. Its not for the feint of heart
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Those arent the offsets but ok. Im going to say no. I can barely barely fit a 255 on my rear 10.5 to keep from rubbing. Sounds like those would fit an M3. On your car theyll stick out of the fenders themselves.
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I was thinking about putting spacers on them to
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you'll need Dom's fender flares to fit those.
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Too wide. Depending on the wheel offset, spacers will make it worse... not better.
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