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      05-23-2014, 09:19 PM   #23
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19x10F et20 PSS 275/30
19x11R et25 PSS 295/30
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Should of went with a et20 on the rear but oh well it's flush!
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19x10F et20 PSS 275/30
19x11R et25 PSS 295/30
Lowered on KW Sleeve kit
Should of went with a et20 on the rear but oh well it's flush!
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=984374
I think you mean et30 in the rear. Et20 would be 5mm more aggressive than your et25 wheels, which would certainly rub.
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I think you mean et30 in the rear. Et20 would be 5mm more aggressive than your et25 wheels, which would certainly rub.
Yea lol, I wasn't thinking. Should of done 30 or anything over 25 to be honest would of worked I think.
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Do you have an E9X M3?

1) you cannot roll the fenders on these cars.
2) no camber adjustment is needed on stock suspension to run any kind of setup (within the correct offset parameters of course).
3) I ran 19x10F w/265/30/19 and 19x11R w/295/30/19. No rubbing at all. She just wouldn't give (I'm a dirty bastard).

Hope that helps!
so what's your offset in the front?
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19x10F et20 PSS 275/30
19x11R et25 PSS 295/30
Lowered on KW Sleeve kit
Should of went with a et20 on the rear but oh well it's flush!
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=984374
so you have no rubbing issues in the front nor rear? even when your turn the wheel it doesn't rub your wheel well?
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Experience with 19x10 ET20 up front?

This thread is a couple years old now, and I'm new to the boards...so hopefully it isn't out of line to post here.

M3Guy, wondering what your experience was with the 19x10 ET20 wheels up front? I'm looking at a square setup with 275 30 19 PS4S on stock comp suspension.

Obviously my rears should be fine, but did you have any rubbing issues or fender bumping up front? Any advice you can provide would be appreciated.

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This thread is a couple years old now, and I'm new to the boards...so hopefully it isn't out of line to post here.

M3Guy, wondering what your experience was with the 19x10 ET20 wheels up front? I'm looking at a square setup with 275 30 19 PS4S on stock comp suspension.

Obviously my rears should be fine, but did you have any rubbing issues or fender bumping up front? Any advice you can provide would be appreciated.

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When I was running 19x10 ET19 with stock shocks and lowering springs, I rubbed very slightly at full lock with 275/30/19 PSS while 265/30/19 would clear 100%. However I recently changed to the KW clubsport kit and I do not rub at full lock anymore (about 2mm of clearance). I'm guessing the caster angle was slightly improved. So some considerations would be what suspension you're on as well as sidewal shape of the PS4S compared to the PSS (more square, more round, the same, etc).
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