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Old 06-15-2011, 02:15 PM   #1
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My old man turned the key over to me a while back and told me to get on this site for advice and stuff.
-2000 323ci with 162k
-Some mods are already on it, I'll ask pops for a list later
-I have some 19 bbs rims which I belive are rk's but he says they don't fit and rub on the inside. Any ways around that one??
-Car has allways been taken car of and all it needs is some minor cosmetic fixes(new rondell, some interior trim is falling off, some paint chips in the front bumper and hood)
Ill post some pics soon!
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Old 06-15-2011, 02:33 PM   #2
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If you can get the specs of the wheels and tires, that would probably help as well determine how much rubbing you will be getting. It does sound like the wheels/tires you have are too aggressive and you might need to do some fender work to get those to fit.

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