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      12-01-2008, 03:25 AM   #1
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If someone could tell me what size spacers I need to fill the gap front and rear on a H&R springs lowered E90M with oem 18" wheels.

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With the OEM wheels, I have had two customers run 10mm spacers front and rear to fill out the gap. I find that to be enough to make it flush with the fender and not cause rubbing issues.
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i did 15mm all around with my stock 19s and h&r sport springs. no rubbing issues
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i did 15mm all around with my stock 19s and h&r sport springs. no rubbing issues
Would it still look ok to use 15mm all around with 19's and stock suspension??
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What is the average cost for a set of spacers?
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100 bucks for H&R... tirerack has them, but i usually get them from the modfather longtran
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Would it still look ok to use 15mm all around with 19's and stock suspension??
yes, it'll look awesome. more flush. i ordered mine. too lazy to go get them on tho
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do you really need the longer bolts for the 15mm spacers????
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do you really need the longer bolts for the 15mm spacers????
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With the OEM wheels, I have had two customers run 10mm spacers front and rear to fill out the gap. I find that to be enough to make it flush with the fender and not cause rubbing issues.
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i did 15mm all around with my stock 19s and h&r sport springs. no rubbing issues
do you have a picture? Thank you.
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What is the average cost for a set of spacers?
Depends on the sizing but 10 or 15mm typically run about $130 with the extra bolts for a pair. We carry the H&R TRACK+ versions which are about this pricing depending on the size you go with and are forged alloy for superior construction and durability.
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15mm Seems to keep it pretty flush on the M3 Stock wheels.
10mm is fine as well of course.

You can pickup H&R hubcentric rings with extended bolts from us for like $100 for those sizes. I agree the spacers really help the M3's look.
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If someone could tell me what size spacers I need to fill the gap front and rear on a H&R springs lowered E90M with oem 18" wheels.

Thank you...
15mm front and 10mm rear. Here's a recent install on factory 18s:







Vehicle is equipped with 15mm/10mm spacers:

H&R TRAK+ wheel spacers for BMW (DR Series) - 10mm
http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...roducts_id=958

H&R TRAK+ wheel spacers for BMW (DR Series) - 15mm
http://www.europeanautosource.com/pr...roducts_id=960

Don't forget longer lugs also - we carry everything in stock.
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