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      05-06-2009, 10:42 AM   #1
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43ET offset Help....

Just brought Tack Wheels and tires. The offset of the wheels are 43 and they are 18x10 in size. The tires are 275/35/18. I did purchase 18mm spacers. Does anyone know if they will fit???
I did read on this post someone with 18x9.5 and 12mm spacers with the same type of wheels and they seem to work fine.

any advise?
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Just brought Tack Wheels and tires. The offset of the wheels are 43 and they are 18x10 in size. The tires are 275/35/18. I did purchase 18mm spacers. Does anyone know if they will fit???
I did read on this post someone with 18x9.5 and 12mm spacers with the same type of wheels and they seem to work fine.

any advise?
Yes it will work with 18mm spacers.
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with an ET of 43 I cant imagine these were made for an M3.

However, assuming they are rears, you'll be golden with an 18mm spacer.
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with an ET of 43 I cant imagine these were made for an M3.

However, assuming they are rears, you'll be golden with an 18mm spacer.
They are for all four corners. Will they not work in the front?
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They are for all four corners. Will they not work in the front?
you'll have 39mm less inner clearance up front...
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My math says 33mm, and 5mm extended. So 18mm spacer up front is prob too much
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