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      01-05-2013, 06:17 PM   #22
Jackson743
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Originally Posted by nano10 View Post
Somebody correct me if I wrong because I'm new at this but the individuals that have done over 30 mm drop have mostly gone with 35 front and 30 rear to avoid the rubbing. I am considering going with 40 front and 35 rear because I want to do m performance suspension which is only 10mm drop to keep ride quality. I was pretty impressed with shivaswrath's review and if for any reason my ride is not to my expectations its on BMW.
I'm not an expert either, but looks like you would rub if you dropped your car as is. But serious, I'm not a good person to trust on this. From what I've read, most guys are on 35 front's and 30 rears for the M5 reps I'm buying. And you may consider 255's for the rears instead of 265's.

A lot of guys that have 19"x9.5" M5 reps in back have a 38 offset. Since I'm getting the same tires as you with the 19" wheels, I was curious about your wheel gap.
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