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      11-19-2012, 09:38 AM   #1
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Finally after 4 weeks of waiting. Wheels are in and on!

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      11-19-2012, 09:40 AM   #2
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Nice wheels. Any plan to hv it lowered?
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Nice wheels. Any plan to hv it lowered?
No, I'm already rubbing a bit on the back passenger side on dips. Only when I have someone in the car. Not back seat but passenger. WTF wondering if I need to send them back. I love the look!!!!! And the ride IS better than the 19" Msports on runflats.
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      11-19-2012, 09:52 AM   #4
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They look good. No wonder you're rubbing, the rears look really aggressive, the wheels are even outside of the fender line
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These look very aggressive. Is it the same setup the guy from Florida testfitted for a photoshoot?

10.5 ET35 or something like that in the rear?
I wouldn't go over 10.5 ET45 on a daily driver, even that is aggressive.
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Dang. Im running 19x9.5 offset 40 in the rear. Hv no clue how LTBMW and the likes fit wider wheels.
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Dang. Im running 19x9.5 offset 40 in the rear. Hv no clue how LTBMW and the likes fit wider wheels.
When you lower the car the natural camber takes care of some of the added width/aggressive ET. You can also add some camber in the rear to tuck them in.
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Ok. So how come our friend here has his rubbing?
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Ok. So how come our friend here has his rubbing?
Because his offset is (if it's the same as the one before) is even more aggressive than my 11" HRE I had.
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Ahh.
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No I'm running a 40 in the rear not 35. The wheel does stick out a bit but not too bad. I wish they did offer this wheel in a 45 but they didn't.
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No I'm running a 40 in the rear not 35. The wheel does stick out a bit but not too bad. I wish they did offer this wheel in a 45 but they didn't.
10.5 ET40?

Still way more aggressive than my HRE's and I think they are aggressive.
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What tires are you running?
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damnnnn, those look sweet!
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Awesome!!!!!!!!!
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More pics...!!!
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What tires are you running?
Hankook Ventus. I just left my body shop and was told there is nothing to roll on the fenders. I checked and he is right, unless I pulled the lip out which I'm not gonna do. Not sure what to do. I love the look and the rubbing is minimal. Wondering whether to keep or sell as I do drive alot. Thing is, they ride great! Better than the M Sport 19's with run flats. Looks to me as if BMW is becoming less aggressive on their rear widths which leads me to want after market wheels. Anything else out there with this same style that is not 8K?
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good job on the rims! what tires did you get on the rear? let me know the front also and let me give you my input on the rubbing!

- i went with a different route =]
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10.5 ET40?

Still way more aggressive than my HRE's and I think they are aggressive.
Yes 10.5 rear and 40 ET
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What other vehicles share our same bolt pattern that these wheels would fit on?
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good job on the rims! what tires did you get on the rear? let me know the front also and let me give you my input on the rubbing!

- i went with a different route =]
275-30/20 rear Hankook V12's
245-30/20 front
35 ET front
40 ET rear
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I don't think they sell these as F30 fitment, right?
Way to aggressive in the rear for a working setup. Some people could probably like it but not your average buyer.

Might fit the F10 better?
I am not so good with what ET's they run though.
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