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      02-04-2018, 11:24 PM   #1
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Help Me Choose Springs to Delete Fender Gap Please

Guys, newb here, can you recommend the most economical way to get rid of the fender gap on my stock 2008 E90 M3 suspension?

Want to keep stock feel, don't want to spend too much, but the gap is annoying.

Thanks for your suggestions/recommendations. Pic attached for reference.

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Swift Springs would do the trick
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X2 cant go wrong with Swifts. Nice drop and nice road manors.



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That looks nice! They work with my existing stock shocks and don't result in harsh ride, correct? Again, this is my DD, so gotta be compliant at the same time as achieving the visual stance objective. Thanks.
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That looks nice! They work with my existing stock shocks and don't result in harsh ride, correct? Again, this is my DD, so gotta be compliant at the same time as achieving the visual stance objective. Thanks.
Correct. The ride is virtually stock as well. I've had my set since 2013 and it's been great ever since
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