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      07-19-2012, 08:21 PM   #1
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19x10.5 et22 all four corners?

Is it possible to run that set up, just H&R springs or do I need to adjust the camber?
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I know that 10 +25 front and 11 +25 rear fits on H&R.
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I know that 10 +25 front and 11 +25 rear fits on H&R.
Me too, thats what my VMR's are.
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I think camber adjustment may come down to tire size.
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I think camber adjustment may come down to tire size.
I was thinking 265/30/19 or 275/30/19 whatever works
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I was thinking 265/30/19 or 275/30/19 whatever works
Not very wide so I would see no issue.
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I was thinking 265/30/19 or 275/30/19 whatever works
Not very wide so I would see no issue.
Thanks bro well see
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If you have any form of coil-over suspension, this will not fit. The wheel/tire will hit the shock and spring.
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If you have any form of coil-over suspension, this will not fit. The wheel/tire will hit the shock and spring.
Im just on H&R springs....This is why I didnt order the GC kit from you yet
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I don't see why it shouldn't fit. Check this thread out.
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=720343
I know these are 18's but you get the picture.
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It will work as long as you dont put wide tires in the front...

I suggest to get a staggered set up due to extra weight that you dont need. Plus if you are using 265 front it will look stretch on a 10.5 wheel...

I like running tires that over lap a bit on the wheels to avoid wheel rub.... with the set up your looking for it will rub on turns... since all M3 are built differently some will only rub at full lock.
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I don't see why it shouldn't fit. Check this thread out.
[intlink]720343;Feeler: Volk TE37 18x10.5 ET22 All Around w/Hankook R-S3[/intlink]
I know these are 18's but you get the picture.
I spoke to him and he adjusted the camber..
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It will work as long as you dont put wide tires in the front...

I suggest to get a staggered set up due to extra weight that you dont need. Plus if you are using 265 front it will look stretch on a 10.5 wheel...

I like running tires that over lap a bit on the wheels to avoid wheel rub.... with the set up your looking for it will rub on turns... since all M3 are built differently some will only rub at full lock.
Thanks, I was thinking 265 just so it didn't rub. I was afraid a 275 would be too much.
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Thanks, I was thinking 265 just so it didn't rub. I was afraid a 275 would be too much.
I was running 275 30 19 before and even on 30 i was rubbing on full lock badly... ... if your going to run 275 35 19 that will kill it specially with a 10.5 wheels.

yea i would run 265.. but with 10.5 on a 265 is a bit small though...
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Thanks, I was thinking 265 just so it didn't rub. I was afraid a 275 would be too much.
I was running 275 30 19 before and even on 30 i was rubbing on full lock badly... ... if your going to run 275 35 19 that will kill it specially with a 10.5 wheels.

yea i would run 265.. but with 10.5 on a 265 is a bit small though...
I know a 265 might be too much of a stretch.
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