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      09-28-2010, 11:42 PM   #45
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^^ it will, but gonna be too fat. and all depends on ur suspension set up also. with a fatter tire, it may hit the coilovers (assuming u're running coilovers)
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^^ yes, they will fit!!! but will need to run a 235/35 front and 275/30 rear tire!!!!

**here u go itz16v, hopefully u'll get e46 m3 ppl on here to see that it'll fit!!!**

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Here it is on an e46 M3 with 235/35 fronts, and 275/30 rears!!!



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^^ it will, but gonna be too fat. and all depends on ur suspension set up also. with a fatter tire, it may hit the coilovers (assuming u're running coilovers)
no coilovers, just koni/eibach springs. Ive ran 245's on my 8.5 front LM's and they worked fine. But these are an inch wider but I believe they are the same offset as the 8.5's.

Who's e46 m3 is that with the LM's? anymore pics?
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^^ this set is 12mm more aggressive to the strut, and 12mm more aggressive to the fender compared to ur 8.5" +32 wheel. i mean, u can run whatever u want.. but 235/35 is what will look good on itz16v's set on an e46 m3 and would probably be the best to clear the fender without having major rubbing issues
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^^ this set is 12mm more aggressive to the strut, and 12mm more aggressive to the fender compared to ur 8.5" +32 wheel. i mean, u can run whatever u want.. but 235/35 is what will look good on itz16v's set on an e46 m3 and would probably be the best to clear the fender without having major rubbing issues

would the aggressive 12 mm more have to do with the offset? The offsets are the same for 8.5/9.5 fronts and 10/11 rears on tirerack.

will they rub at all front or rear with the 235front/275rear tires?

Who's e46 m3 is that with the LM's? anymore pics?
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^^it's a friend's m3. sorry, no more pics.

12mm more aggressive to both fender and suspension has something to do with the width compared to the 8.5 +32. 8.5" wide and 9.5" wide is 1" difference. 1" = 25.4mm / with that said half of 25.4mm is 12.7mm / so having the same offset (where the pad sits on the hub) on a 8.5".... but itz16v's fronts are wider by 1" - so that's where the 12.7mm more aggressive to the fender and suspension comes from compared to how the 8.5" +32 sits on ur car.

i hope i make sense...

u will still have to do a little bit of fender work with 235 / 275 tires so that they don't rub

"IF U'RE WHEELS/TIRES DON'T RUB, U HAVE THE WRONG WHEEL/TIRE FITMENT!!!!"

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^^it's a friend's m3. sorry, no more pics.

12mm more aggressive to both fender and suspension has something to do with the width compared to the 8.5 +32. 8.5" wide and 9.5" wide is 1" difference. 1" = 25.4mm / with that said half of 25.4mm is 12.7mm / so having the same offset (where the pad sits on the hub) on a 8.5".... but itz16v's fronts are wider by 1" - so that's where the 12.7mm more aggressive to the fender and suspension comes from compared to how the 8.5" +32 sits on ur car.

i hope i make sense...

u will still have to do a little bit of fender work with 235 / 275 tires so that they don't rub

"IF U'RE WHEELS/TIRES DON'T RUB, U HAVE THE WRONG WHEEL/TIRE FITMENT!!!!"

thanks for the info!!

im hoping for zero rub with those wheels/tires guess ill have to pass...
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^^ are ur fenders rolled??

just get those 235/35 and 275/30s... and u'll be good!!!
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^^ are ur fenders rolled??

just get those 235/35 and 275/30s... and u'll be good!!!

fenders arent rolled and prefer not to roll them. So the tires above wont rub?
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^^^ if u don't wanna roll them, then run 265/30 and u'll be coo!!!
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^^^ if u don't wanna roll them, then run 265/30 and u'll be coo!!!

thanks! so the 235/35 fronts would be ok as well?
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^^ yes, there's still a lot of room left in the fronts with running a 235/35..
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still available? what is the current price?
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still available? what is the current price?
I will be taking these wheels off the market very soon last chance to get these mint condition wheels.

Thank you for all the interest.

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