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      11-27-2017, 01:41 AM   #1
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Will an e90 M3 setup work?

Just wonder if this would work? I think Rears would be OK but fronts will rub and would require some camber work?

19x9 +20
9x10.5 +25
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The 20 offset make it very tough. I fitted 9 wide et30 wheels from the back up front and needed about 2.5 degrees to get the top of the tire to tuck into the fender when it compresses. 10mm more toward the fender is fairly significant.

Although, I suppose with enough camber it will work. With the 9.5 wide Apex wheels my effective offset is 28mm, which pushes the wheel 8mm closer to the fender. At 3 degrees of negative camber it barely fits.
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The 20 offset make it very tough. I fitted 9 wide et30 wheels from the back up front and needed about 2.5 degrees to get the top of the tire to tuck into the fender when it compresses. 10mm more toward the fender is fairly significant.

Although, I suppose with enough camber it will work. With the 9.5 wide Apex wheels my effective offset is 28mm, which pushes the wheel 8mm closer to the fender. At 3 degrees of negative camber it barely fits.
Ya that's what I figured. Its too bad though cuz Vossen has some crazy deals for Cyber Monday and I thought I could snatched up a set.
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Camber and/or fender roll would likely be needed, but it's definitely possible. This setup is only 2mm more pushed out when compared to The HACK's 9.5 ET28. I've run 9.5 ET25 in the past and I know some owners run 10 ET25, which is 8mm more aggressive than the setup you're considering.

What tire sizes did you have in mind?
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You'll need to run at least -3 of camber in the rear and the fronts as well. the front might not rub as much but ive tried to fit a set of 19s on my z4 to get my car to 88rotors in socal. 19 will def rub your rear bumper even if you roll and pull the rear fenders. I still rub on my rear bumper with a 18x10-3 with -3 camber. Yes, I do stretch but you'll need some room if you want to run 19 wheels. I'm just slammed LOL
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i have 20 inch:
9J front with offset 40 235/35/20
10,0J rear with offset 40 285/25/20 going to 265/25/20

no camber
no spacers needed
no rubbing

looks wider with Et40

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Just wonder if this would work? I think Rears would be OK but fronts will rub and would require some camber work?

19x9 +20
9x10.5 +25
should be ok with proper tires and some fender rolling,

im currently running 18x9.5 ET22 with 225 40 18 in the front and 18x10.5 ET22 with 255 35 18 at the back on H&R lowering springs with 14mm rear upper spring pads. All camber setting stock. Lowering springs and fender roll only
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