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      05-20-2009, 05:08 PM   #1
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Spacers........

Would you guys do the 18 fronts and 15 rears or 15 fronts and 12 rears? On a coupe with stock 19's?
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18/15 looks really aggressive. Bull Dog stance. If you want a less aggressive fitment then go with the 15/12. Did you already decide on suspension?
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Thanks Don, I'm still debating between H and R's and R and D's. I haven't seen the spacers in person, which do you think looks better?
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18/15 looks really aggressive. Bull Dog stance. If you want a less aggressive fitment then go with the 15/12. Did you already decide on suspension?
are you running spacers on the lm's? what are the size and offsets on the LM's? What rubber is mounted on them? TIA

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Stock wheels? I would check out our reference guide out first to see what kind of look you're going for, but most people go with 18mm up front and 15mm in the rear for the most flush look.

▀▄ eas - Macht Schnell wheel spacer reference thread
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=262054

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