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Old 01-29-2010, 05:02 PM   #1
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Is fender rolling necessary for BBS CHs?

I am picking up a set of BBS CHs, and I was told that the rear fenders will need to be rolled. I have an E46 M3 on coilovers (about 13.25" from center of the hub to the top of the fender) and I will be running 19x10 et20 with 275 PS2s in the rear. Has anyone been able to run a similar setup without rolling their fenders, or will I absolutely have to roll my fenders? Also, is there any disadvantage to cutting the fender instead of rolling it? Thanks

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Old 01-29-2010, 06:04 PM   #2
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You may be fine with this setup depending on what tire manufacturer you decide on going with. Some tires run wider then others and may cause some very slight rubbing issues over large bumps, full cabin, or compression.

I would recommend throwing the wheels on first and going from there.

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