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      08-09-2017, 03:07 AM   #815
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For guys that are running wide tires and are pretty low, anyone experience rubbing the front edge of the rear fenders?

I don't rub at all when alone and driving hard, but with one passenger rear tire rubs fender only. Anyway to fix this without raising the car lol. Just got alignment and I have a decent amount of camber, don't rub the fender liner at all.
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      08-09-2017, 09:22 AM   #816
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Flare it out a tiny bit with a fender roller
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      08-10-2017, 01:20 PM   #817
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Flare it out a tiny bit with a fender roller
Won't pulling the fender risk paint crack and look weird with stock wheels?
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      08-10-2017, 01:57 PM   #818
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Warm up the fenders with a heat gun before you roll
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      08-10-2017, 02:24 PM   #819
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Tuna can pulling your fenders in non reversible and in my opinion makes a vehicle worthless to anyone over the age of 20.

Nothing wrong with a simple roll and can give you some slight clearance. But for the love of god don't pull and ruin your fenders just to fit some oversized wheels.

I can't wait for this pulled tuna can fender fad to go away and see all these people with ruined rear fenders nobody is willing to pay for.
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I have a set of HRE P40 in 20? et 22.

I used a 12mm spacer on the rear and so far no rubbing. Haven?t loaded the car with 4 passengers and don?t plan to.

Tire size is 285/30/20.
Rear rim is a 20x10 et 22
H&R 12mm spacer for an ET of 10

Front is 20x9 et 22
Tire 255/30/20

I think I can squeeze a 5 mm spacer.

Im on kw sleeve over hit (haas) I have plenty of room for adjustment , Im sitting dead centre for adjustability. I think the E93 has more space in the rear wells . Or at least it seems that way in comparison to my E92 M3

Thoughts?
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      10-20-2017, 10:17 AM   #821
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I have a set of HRE P40 in 20? et 22.

I used a 12mm spacer on the rear and so far no rubbing. Haven?t loaded the car with 4 passengers and don?t plan to.

Tire size is 285/30/20.
Rear rim is a 20x10 et 22
H&R 12mm spacer for an ET of 10

Front is 20x9 et 22
Tire 255/30/20

I think I can squeeze a 5 mm spacer.

Im on kw sleeve over hit (haas) I have plenty of room for adjustment , Im sitting dead centre for adjustability. I think the E93 has more space in the rear wells . Or at least it seems that way in comparison to my E92 M3

Thoughts?
Looking good! what are your experience with the kw kit? Im thinking of installing them on my e90 m3 too
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In honor of Apex's 10 year anniversary. Arc 8 18x10.5 squared, 5mm spacer front and 12mm Rear. Slight rubbing on big bumps.
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^ damn that looks good! you're slammed! how do you drive in the bay area like that?
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I have a set of HRE P40 in 20? et 22.

I used a 12mm spacer on the rear and so far no rubbing. Haven?t loaded the car with 4 passengers and don?t plan to.

Tire size is 285/30/20.
Rear rim is a 20x10 et 22
H&R 12mm spacer for an ET of 10

Front is 20x9 et 22
Tire 255/30/20

I think I can squeeze a 5 mm spacer.

Im on kw sleeve over hit (haas) I have plenty of room for adjustment , Im sitting dead centre for adjustability. I think the E93 has more space in the rear wells . Or at least it seems that way in comparison to my E92 M3

Thoughts?
Looking good! what are your experience with the kw kit? Im thinking of installing them on my e90 m3 too
I really like them, adjustability is excellent.
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      10-23-2017, 06:27 AM   #825
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I bought a used set of HRE P40's which are standard spec:

19x9 et 28 | PSS 255/35/19
19x10.5 et 28 | PSS 295/30/19

I need some help on the spacer scenario as I don't want to rub, but I want to fill out the wheel well a little more. If the offset for the front utilizing a spacer was +12 and the rears +25 do you think it would clear and not rub? Anybody with P40's could recommend the best set up?

Thanks for the help in advance!
20-22 offset on the Front worked for me perfectly . Both without spacers or rubbing,

On the rear 27 offset on a 10.5 width rim worked well if you have a stretched tire you can get away with more .

With a 10 inch rear width I?ve run a 22 offset and I could put a 5mm spacer. I ran a 12mm with slight rubbing on a 285. I?m too low as well.
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      10-23-2017, 08:29 AM   #826
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Got a set of vorsteiner vff103s 19x9.5 +22 fronts and 19x10.5 +25 rears. Mounted 275/30 front and 295/30 rears, pirelli pzeros. Rear has minor rubbing on bigger bumps, going to trim the plastic to stop it and throw some camber at it. The rear is much more aggressive than the front. Been considering dropping the front a tad to level out the fender gap
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      10-23-2017, 09:12 PM   #828
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^ damn that looks good! you're slammed! how do you drive in the bay area like that?

Thanks! I used to DD the car but now that it's my weekend warriors it's not too bad. Plus the roads in WC aren't too bad.
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Stock zcp wheels with 15mm spacers front and back
On custom bc racing coilovers with swift springs
Been thinking of doing something very similar to this on my e92.

What color is that? and where did you get the tire stickers?
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Stock zcp wheels with 15mm spacers front and back
On custom bc racing coilovers with swift springs
Been thinking of doing something very similar to this on my e92.

What color is that? and where did you get the tire stickers?
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Stock zcp wheels with 15mm spacers front and back
On custom bc racing coilovers with swift springs
Been thinking of doing something very similar to this on my e92.

What color is that? and where did you get the tire stickers?
I got them from ecs tuning. It's Rivera blue vvivd vinyl
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In honor of Apex's 10 year anniversary. Arc 8 18x10.5 squared, 5mm spacer front and 12mm Rear. Slight rubbing on big bumps.
What size tires?
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In honor of Apex's 10 year anniversary. Arc 8 18x10.5 squared, 5mm spacer front and 12mm Rear. Slight rubbing on big bumps.
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275/35 Dunlop ZII's
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I got them from ecs tuning. It's Rivera blue vvivd vinyl
How do you like the BC coils?

I like the price but am not sure I trust them.
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19x9 +20 then 5mm spacers 255/35
19x10.5 +25 295/30

i do rub on full tank of gas--
but with some more camber- i could go lower..
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