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Old 04-10-2009, 02:17 PM   #1
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will they fit? with the fenders rolled?
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Attractive and stable works for me...I'd rather help wifey program the stove clock than wonder if she purposely left the gas on :eek:


19" vmr v710s| falken 452s 235/265s| orion v2| CF Wrapped trim |35% tint all round| alcantra shift/ebrake boots | HR race

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Old 04-10-2009, 03:00 PM   #2
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Old 04-10-2009, 05:28 PM   #3
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how about without rolling fenders? Obviously if I don't need to I'd rather not roll them but I will if neccessary. Thanks for the fitting conformation
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Attractive and stable works for me...I'd rather help wifey program the stove clock than wonder if she purposely left the gas on :eek:


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Old 04-10-2009, 06:36 PM   #4
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235/265 combos would work on that setup without a problem as long as you are at stock height. No fender rolling required.

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235/265 combos would work on that setup without a problem as long as you are at stock height. No fender rolling required.

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Old 04-12-2009, 02:51 AM   #6
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1 more question guys........... do i need spacers or anything?
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With a 38 and 45mm offset NO you will not need spacers.
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Old 04-12-2009, 12:47 PM   #8
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a guy local to me has H R race springs for sale im thinking of picking them up.............am i going to need to roll my fenders?
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Old 04-17-2009, 08:58 AM   #11
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a guy local to me has H R race springs for sale im thinking of picking them up.............am i going to need to roll my fenders?
I don't think you'd rub, but to be safe I would roll them.
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this setup should fit on a 2000 323ci as well correct?
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FYI i have the SAME exact setup, and i am on H&R sport springs........ still no rubbing
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Oh one more thing.. I may be getting this setup:

Wheel Diameter (Inches) - 19"
Wheel Width (Inches) - 8.5F/10R"
PCD Bolt Pattern - 5x120
Offset - 30F/37Rmm
Hub Bore - 72.6mm
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Will the tire setup above be alright with 10 in the rear? or will that stretch.. I a m running on H&R Cupkits, which are about the same drop with H&R springs.. With 19x10 in the rear I will probably need to roll fenders though right? And will the 30F/37R offset be fine without spacers?

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Oh one more thing.. I may be getting this setup:

Wheel Diameter (Inches) - 19"
Wheel Width (Inches) - 8.5F/10R"
PCD Bolt Pattern - 5x120
Offset - 30F/37Rmm
Hub Bore - 72.6mm
Color - Hyper Silver with Polished Lip
Quantity - 4 Pcs. (1 set)

Will the tire setup above be alright with 10 in the rear? or will that stretch.. I a m running on H&R Cupkits, which are about the same drop with H&R springs.. With 19x10 in the rear I will probably need to roll fenders though right? And will the 30F/37R offset be fine without spacers?

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You are going to rub like crazy both FRONT and REAR. The max you should go in the front is a 35mm and the rear for a 10" I would run something closer to a 40-45mm.
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You are going to rub like crazy both FRONT and REAR. The max you should go in the front is a 35mm and the rear for a 10" I would run something closer to a 40-45mm.
thanks for the reply.. would those rub even with fenders rolled?
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thanks for the reply.. would those rub even with fenders rolled?
Fronts yes, rears is up in the air.
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will they fit? with the fenders rolled?
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You don't happen to be looking at VMR's are you?
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