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      05-09-2014, 05:53 PM   #72
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Originally Posted by chucho1026 View Post
Hi, i'm looking for a square setup for my 95 M3. i dont mind going with stretched tires. can you tell me what size I would need in a 18" ARC-8 hyper silver. (concave) Also what would my total be shipping to 33073.
The 18x9.5" ET35 can be used on your 95 E36 M3 with some work done to make it fit. The 18x9.5" ET35 ARC-8's are the most aggressive 18" wheel set up available for your E36 M3. Because of the wheel's concavity, it is most commonly used as a street fitment with undersized and stretched sidewall 245/35/18 street tires. The 18x9.5" ET35 with a 5mm wheel spacer is 6mm closer to the strut than the more common 18x9" ET42 with a 12mm wheel spacer. Even with the 5mm wheel spacer spring perch location with coilovers is very important. The required camber in front would be at least -3 degrees in conjunction with the 5mm wheel spacer. The rear fenders do need to be rolled but not pulled for this size, when in use with a 245/35/18 tire size. The area of contact is the worst where the rear bumper meets the fender so focus on that area with your fender roller the most. The rear camber should be maxed out, at least -2 degrees for it to avoid rubbing. Sending you a PM with a quote.
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