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      06-01-2019, 10:58 PM   #1519
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Let's see how this goes 255/30/20 on a 11 inch Rohana RF1. Full set with brand new tires mounted and balanced for $750. Can't complain. Time to tackle the coilover install and make these fit. Wish me luck guys. I will post the end result in here in the next couple weeks once I find time to install everything.
Look forward to seeing it, definitely report back!

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Car looks amazing man! I will 100% report back and show the end result. The car at the moment is completely stock other than an exhaust. I have the coilovers, wheels, lip, a full wrap, and brake pads waiting to be installed at the moment. The car would transform once I'm done with it. I also saw on your profile that you're in the Northern VA area as well so you're local to me.
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      06-06-2019, 03:02 AM   #1523
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Car almost complete, changing color of the M performance brakes to red, adding back the gloss black spoiler and gloss black side extensions then the car is complete.
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KendrickOak Sick! Did you paint/powdercoat the wheels too or were those also wrapped?
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KendrickOak Sick! Did you paint/powdercoat the wheels too or were those also wrapped?
Wheels were powder coated in one day.. black basecoat. Hyper silver top
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Hey guys I had a question about wheel fitment. I have a BMW F30 and have the opportunity to get a set of Rohana RF1s for very cheap. The only problem is that the wheels are coming off of an M5. The offset is 20x9 +20 front and 20x11 +28 rear. I have never seen this aggressive of fitment on an F30. I already have BC Coilovers that are waiting to be installed. Would I be able to fit the wheels with a bit of fender work or would this be too aggressive to fit? Thanks!

fronts should be fine rears are definitely aggressive. to give you an idea I was running 19x11 + 26 on my rears with -5 camber. granted that was for fender to lip fitment aired out with 255/35 stretched. had a slight fender roll
Uh oh... I'm not bagged I'd be static. 😳 let's see how this plays out. Which rear camber arms did you use to achieve -5 degrees of camber?
Max out -3.5 with stock arms with 235/35 tires to achieve your results
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Hey guys I had a question about wheel fitment. I have a BMW F30 and have the opportunity to get a set of Rohana RF1s for very cheap. The only problem is that the wheels are coming off of an M5. The offset is 20x9 +20 front and 20x11 +28 rear. I have never seen this aggressive of fitment on an F30. I already have BC Coilovers that are waiting to be installed. Would I be able to fit the wheels with a bit of fender work or would this be too aggressive to fit? Thanks!

fronts should be fine rears are definitely aggressive. to give you an idea I was running 19x11 + 26 on my rears with -5 camber. granted that was for fender to lip fitment aired out with 255/35 stretched. had a slight fender roll
Uh oh... I'm not bagged I'd be static. 😳 let's see how this plays out. Which rear camber arms did you use to achieve -5 degrees of camber?
Max out -3.5 with stock arms with 235/35 tires to achieve your results
For the fronts I would run 215/35. It will fit no problem
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Hey guys I had a question about wheel fitment. I have a BMW F30 and have the opportunity to get a set of Rohana RF1s for very cheap. The only problem is that the wheels are coming off of an M5. The offset is 20x9 +20 front and 20x11 +28 rear. I have never seen this aggressive of fitment on an F30. I already have BC Coilovers that are waiting to be installed. Would I be able to fit the wheels with a bit of fender work or would this be too aggressive to fit? Thanks!

fronts should be fine rears are definitely aggressive. to give you an idea I was running 19x11 + 26 on my rears with -5 camber. granted that was for fender to lip fitment aired out with 255/35 stretched. had a slight fender roll
Uh oh... I'm not bagged I'd be static. 😳 let's see how this plays out. Which rear camber arms did you use to achieve -5 degrees of camber?
Max out -3.5 with stock arms with 235/35 tires to achieve your results
For the fronts I would run 215/35. It will fit no problem
I got 225/35 and they fit perfectly. Kinda sketchy with the rears running 255/30 on a 11. I test fit the fronts and they fit surprisingly well with not much poke at all. I didn't have time to test the rears though. I have the car in the garage eagerly waiting to find time to install all the parts. I will report back soon after it's all installed.
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Hey guys I had a question about wheel fitment. I have a BMW F30 and have the opportunity to get a set of Rohana RF1s for very cheap. The only problem is that the wheels are coming off of an M5. The offset is 20x9 +20 front and 20x11 +28 rear. I have never seen this aggressive of fitment on an F30. I already have BC Coilovers that are waiting to be installed. Would I be able to fit the wheels with a bit of fender work or would this be too aggressive to fit? Thanks!

fronts should be fine rears are definitely aggressive. to give you an idea I was running 19x11 + 26 on my rears with -5 camber. granted that was for fender to lip fitment aired out with 255/35 stretched. had a slight fender roll
Uh oh... I'm not bagged I'd be static. 😳 let's see how this plays out. Which rear camber arms did you use to achieve -5 degrees of camber?
Max out -3.5 with stock arms with 235/35 tires to achieve your results
For the fronts I would run 215/35. It will fit no problem
I got 225/35 and they fit perfectly. Kinda sketchy with the rears running 255/30 on a 11. I test fit the fronts and they fit surprisingly well with not much poke at all. I didn't have time to test the rears though. I have the car in the garage eagerly waiting to find time to install all the parts. I will report back soon after it's all installed.
The rear won't fit... you need 235/35
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The rear won't fit... you need 235/35
finally someone else says it. i mean i can appreciate the ambition but there's no way to fit those wheels and make it look right. not worth it.
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The rear won't fit... you need 235/35
finally someone else says it. i mean i can appreciate the ambition but there's no way to fit those wheels and make it look right. not worth it.
Ehh if they don't fit no biggie I'll just flip the wheels. 235 on an 11 is a very very aggressive stretch and that's the main reason why I didn't get a 235 tire. I think the 255 on an 11 should be stretched enough to clear the fenders with some fender pull. I'll keep you guys updated on the progress.
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How the fronts look just in the air.
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What lip and wheel and tire specs ? Looks good
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What lip and wheel and tire specs ? Looks good
Just a $115 MSport lip from eBay, I painted it gloss black.

Wheels/tires are:
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19x9.5 +33 on 255/35

I went meatier because I was only lowered ~1in on springs so I hoped they would help fill the remaining wheel gap. Now that I'm on coils I wish I went for 35 and 30 series tires though so I could go lower without rubbing.
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Just a $115 MSport lip from eBay, I painted it gloss black.

Wheels/tires are:
19x8.5 +20 on 225/40
19x9.5 +33 on 255/35

I went meatier because I was only lowered ~1in on springs so I hoped they would help fill the remaining wheel gap. Now that I'm on coils I wish I went for 35 and 30 series tires though so I could go lower without rubbing.
I think that setup is perfect. you have a perfect space around the wheel well and the fitment looks spot on from here. Any lower and you'd be tuckin tire and not looking proportionate if that makes any sense. If anything i'd raise the rear a touch to match the front if you cant go lower in the front.
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