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      08-29-2008, 02:02 PM   #1
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Pics of E90 M3 with 19s, H&R Springs, and Spacers?

Please post pics of E90 M3 (AW preferably) with stock 19s and lowered on H&R springs with 10 mm spacers. Thanks!
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      08-29-2008, 02:04 PM   #2
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i am sorry for asking this but, what exactly do you mean by 10mm spacers ?? i have no idea what 10mm spacers are, could you explain that for me ??

thank you and i will try to find it for you when i understand what 10mm spacers are
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spacers for the wheels to increase the front/rear track. In other words, push the wheels outward.
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I have an AW E90 with stock 19's and 10mm spacers and am considering H&R springs. Will post here if I decide to.
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AW w/20mm H&R in the rear....

Attached is a pic of my AW with 20mm H&R Spacers in the rear, i will put 10mm in the front and then drop it on H&R springs, it will look sick... It's kinda hard to see the rear but hope it will give you some kind of idea...
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      09-06-2008, 01:19 AM   #7
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Oh and by the way i was expermenting with different size spacers, i had 30mm in the rear but that was way to agressive i rubed like no tomorrow, but 20mm in the rear is the way to go, u will still be able to lower it on H&R and not rub ur fenders, i dont know i think it's a good set up....
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Thanks for the pic. Please post pic after you install the H&R springs.
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Yea, for sure i'll post up much better pix once i drop it on H&R....
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