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      03-03-2010, 01:53 PM   #45
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Your ride looks so tits.

A question, so having 15mm spacer in the back with a 19x9.5 et20mm makes your real offset (19x9.5 et5mm)?
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      05-07-2011, 01:18 AM   #46
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Looking good, which brand did you go for with the spacers, did they fit the wheels with no issues?

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      05-07-2011, 02:56 AM   #47
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I'm sure the OP will chime in but when we ran a 19x9.5 et20 then added a 12mm spacer with a 275/35/19 Hankook V12 we had a slight rub on big dips.

The car (e90 m3) had the rd sport springs.

On an e92 m3 you are guaranteed a rub with a 12mm spacer and 275/35/19 and lowered.


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I'm sure the OP will chime in but when we ran a 19x9.5 et20 then added a 12mm spacer with a 275/35/19 Hankook V12 we had a slight rub on big dips.

The car (e90 m3) had the rd sport springs.

On an e92 m3 you are guaranteed a rub with a 12mm spacer and 275/35/19 and lowered.

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I would say that a max of 12mm spacer is better, not because the 15mm in my application rubs (it doesn't), it is because a 15mm spacer could rub depending of your tire choice.

I'm using 15mm because that's the spacer that I was using with my other set of rims. But for me, a 10mm spacer would be the best choice with ET 20.


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