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      06-29-2019, 02:52 AM   #375
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Willy, if you would have read only slightly above...

...its the exact setup size wise that I am running except 18".
And thank you now to decide Apex or BBS....................
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      07-14-2019, 05:21 PM   #376
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Aloha could I fit 18x9.5 et30 with a 215 or 225/40 tire up front on a 2008 3.0si z4 same size for the rear but 245/35 tire. Car is currently on BCRacing coilovers.
Know a guy on ig running 18x8 et 20 with 205/40 on BC's...would love to hear if you make it work, I'm about to redo my wheels / suspension but i can't figure out aggressive fitments lol
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      07-28-2019, 03:33 AM   #377
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Will anyone(E85/E86 owners) be interested in a complete bolt on kit that will allows the rear axle to achieve the same wheel fitment as the M?

i.e. low offset/wider rear wheels?

Following up on my post

19x9 ET 32.. 235/35
19x10.5 ET 25 275/30/19

No fenders rolled.

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      07-29-2019, 01:05 PM   #378
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      09-09-2019, 09:46 AM   #379
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Hey all, I've installed M3 CSL style wheel's on my '06 E85 3.0si w/86K miles and getting a little rubbing when I hit a dip in the road. Wheel size: F 19x8.5(35mm), R 19x9.5(40mm) with Michelin Pilot 4s 235/35 up front and 265/30 on the rears. Car has all stock suspension. Rear springs are not cracked but again, they're stock. I've looked at the tires and can't really see where it's rubbing on the rears. I'm getting some very slight rubbing on the outer corners of the front as well. Car was aligned with full negative camber. I've seen where folks have installed this size wheel/tire combo with no issues and have even lowered the car with still no issues. Could it be that the stock springs are just worn? That seems unlikely though.
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      09-10-2019, 07:19 AM   #380
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Hey all, I've installed M3 CSL style wheel's on my '06 E85 3.0si w/86K miles and getting a little rubbing when I hit a dip in the road. Wheel size: F 19x8.5(35mm), R 19x9.5(40mm) with Michelin Pilot 4s 235/35 up front and 265/30 on the rears. Car has all stock suspension. Rear springs are not cracked but again, they're stock. I've looked at the tires and can't really see where it's rubbing on the rears. I'm getting some very slight rubbing on the outer corners of the front as well. Car was aligned with full negative camber. I've seen where folks have installed this size wheel/tire combo with no issues and have even lowered the car with still no issues. Could it be that the stock springs are just worn? That seems unlikely though.

Take off a wheel and look inside the fender. Could be suspension related, maybe a liner is drooping. Take a look, the wheel sizes look fine.
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      09-15-2019, 02:30 PM   #381
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My maths is really letting me down today. Would 18x8 ET29 on the front and 18x8.5 ET40 work on a standard Z4? Iím really confusing myself with the offsets...
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My maths is really letting me down today. Would 18x8 ET29 on the front and 18x8.5 ET40 work on a standard Z4? I’m really confusing myself with the offsets...
Assuming your car is an E85/86 2003-2008.

By my calcs you will be recessed from the fender lip approx 6mm in front and 16mm in back

https://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Whee...et-Calculator#

My Apex set of 8.5 et 35 fr and 9 et 30 is 6mm recessed in front and flush to fender lip out back
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