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      03-25-2009, 04:09 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by GTM View Post
Perfect ride height, Perfect offset, Perfect car!


Because you have not adjust any alignment since you lowered the car, the rears are rubbing unevenly.
Once you get the little more camber front and rear, you won't have any rubbing issue.


Anyways, car looks VERY HOT, I wish I should have ordered another set for MY M3.
I am running those same tire sizes. I didnt notice it on my eralier post. I can almost guarantee u that the front rubbing will not go away. U might get rid of the rear rubbing with either running some serious negative camber or mayb raising it a bit, but not the front. With those offsets and tire sizes the only way u might b able to get rid of the rubbing is by raising the car, but who would do that now lol.
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