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      02-15-2018, 11:23 PM   #837
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Lookin good. What did you have to “fix” with your fitment?

thanks man! I had to pop the fender out in the back a little bit to make the fender drop down properly when aired out
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I just bought a set of GMR Wheels.

Specs Front: 18x9.5 +21 (3.5" lip), Rear: 18x10.5 +21 (4" lip)

I test fitted one of the tears and it sticks out any recommendations on any rear camber kits and tire sizes I'm not trying to get an extremely low profile tire.. but I don't know if I have no choose but to do so.
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I just bought a set of GMR Wheels.

Specs Front: 18x9.5 +21 (3.5" lip), Rear: 18x10.5 +21 (4" lip)

I test fitted one of the tears and it sticks out any recommendations on any rear camber kits and tire sizes I'm not trying to get an extremely low profile tire.. but I don't know if I have no choose but to do so.
Way too aggressive for this platform. You need like a 40et in the rears at that width. Rebarrel to smaller lips or run stretched tires and add like -5 camber with adjustable camber arms. If you're not too low you might get away with -3 but it might look Mexiflush. Best of luck, interested to see how this turns out.
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Way too aggressive for this platform. You need like a 40et in the rears at that width. Rebarrel to smaller lips or run stretched tires and add like -5 camber with adjustable camber arms. If you're not too low you might get away with -3 but it might look Mexiflush. Best of luck, interested to see how this turns out.
Nah, it's just not going to work. No matter what it's going to stick out. This is why you measure before buying wheels.
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I just bought a set of GMR Wheels.

Specs Front: 18x9.5 +21 (3.5" lip), Rear: 18x10.5 +21 (4" lip)

I test fitted one of the tears and it sticks out any recommendations on any rear camber kits and tire sizes I'm not trying to get an extremely low profile tire.. but I don't know if I have no choose but to do so.
A guy 3 yrs ago was able to fit 18 x 10.5 et 21 in the rear perfectly fine on 255/35/18 with idk how much camber, but you are gonna need a lot of camber in the rear (-5 ish).

For camber kit go for megan racing.

Only problem is that you should've went with 19" rather than 18" if you are going for the stanced look.
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Also, if u have bags this setup is perfect. Just need to find good tires for thick stretch. Im personally dont like extreme camber, but this other guy is also on 18" and has fender work. Out of all F30's no one can beat his fitment.
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I just bought a set of GMR Wheels.

Specs Front: 18x9.5 +21 (3.5" lip), Rear: 18x10.5 +21 (4" lip)

I test fitted one of the tears and it sticks out any recommendations on any rear camber kits and tire sizes I'm not trying to get an extremely low profile tire.. but I don't know if I have no choose but to do so.
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Way too aggressive for this platform. You need like a 40et in the rears at that width. Rebarrel to smaller lips or run stretched tires and add like -5 camber with adjustable camber arms. If you're not too low you might get away with -3 but it might look Mexiflush. Best of luck, interested to see how this turns out.
Nah, it's just not going to work. No matter what it's going to stick out. This is why you measure before buying wheels.
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Way too aggressive for this platform. You need like a 40et in the rears at that width. Rebarrel to smaller lips or run stretched tires and add like -5 camber with adjustable camber arms. If you're not too low you might get away with -3 but it might look Mexiflush. Best of luck, interested to see how this turns out.
Nah, it's just not going to work. No matter what it's going to stick out. This is why you measure before buying wheels.
Actually it will work. With proper camber a slight pull possibly, and enough low
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I just like low and fitment... but with function/purpose. No crazy camber here

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Thank you guys all for the advice. I'll be doing some work to see if the wheels could work and will update everyone once i have everything set for it!
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Actually it will work. With proper camber a slight pull possibly, and enough low
Lmao. I'm fairly certain that was my exact response for how they could work.
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Actually it will work. With proper camber a slight pull possibly, and enough low
i guess our definition of work is different. what i see above is not what i would consider "making it work." he'll need more than a pull, it needs wider quarters and fenders.
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Actually it will work. With proper camber a slight pull possibly, and enough low
i guess our definition of work is different. what i see above is not what i would consider "making it work." he'll need more than a pull, it needs wider quarters and fenders.
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Actually it will work. With proper camber a slight pull possibly, and enough low
i guess our definition of work is different. what i see above is not what i would consider "making it work." he'll need more than a pull, it needs wider quarters and fenders.
I don't even think he will have to do that. -7ish might fix that problem
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Thank you guys all for the advice. I'll be doing some work to see if the wheels could work and will update everyone once i have everything set for it!
Good luck OP. Be sure to post up your progress. Have you decided on tire sizes yet? I'd think a 245/40/18 for the rears would work, but you will have a seriously stretched sidewall.

These are 235/35/19s I ran on the fronts of my 10" wheels for my e92. You'd have more sidewall so the stretch would be even more noticeable.

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Thank you guys all for the advice. I'll be doing some work to see if the wheels could work and will update everyone once i have everything set for it!
Good luck OP. Be sure to post up your progress. Have you decided on tire sizes yet? I'd think a 245/40/18 for the rears would work, but you will have a seriously stretched sidewall.

These are 235/35/19s I ran on the fronts of my 10" wheels for my e92. You'd have more sidewall so the stretch would be even more noticeable.

That stretch looks awesome. Different strokes for different folks
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Thank you guys all for the advice. I'll be doing some work to see if the wheels could work and will update everyone once i have everything set for it!
Good luck OP. Be sure to post up your progress. Have you decided on tire sizes yet? I'd think a 245/40/18 for the rears would work, but you will have a seriously stretched sidewall.

These are 235/35/19s I ran on the fronts of my 10" wheels for my e92. You'd have more sidewall so the stretch would be even more noticeable.

Tire size I'm still not 100% sure on but I'm planning on installing my coilover kit and rear camber kit first to determine what's the best tire size. But I can't install the full rear camber kit until April do to back order...
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That stretch looks awesome. Different strokes for different folks
I never said I didn't like it... I was just showing him what the stretch could look like.







I ran this setup for 2 years and daily drove it year round, static.
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Tire size I'm still not 100% sure on but I'm planning on installing my coilover kit and rear camber kit first to determine what's the best tire size. But I can't install the full rear camber kit until April do to back order...
Yea, tax season is the worst time to modify your car. Everything is always back ordered for months. I'm looking at 11" rears with 45et, so it'll be interesting to see how much camber you need to make this setup work.
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I think this setup should work, but just want to confirm with you guys. Will the following tires sizes 245/35, 285/30 fit on my rims without rubbing? My rim sizes are 19x8.5+30, 19x10+45.

I have my VFF-103 rims sitting in my garage just need the tires.
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That stretch looks awesome. Different strokes for different folks
I never said I didn't like it... I was just showing him what the stretch could look like.

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I ran this setup for 2 years and daily drove it year round, static.
I know man I was agreeing with you haha
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Tire size I'm still not 100% sure on but I'm planning on installing my coilover kit and rear camber kit first to determine what's the best tire size. But I can't install the full rear camber kit until April do to back order...
Yea, tax season is the worst time to modify your car. Everything is always back ordered for months. I'm looking at 11" rears with 45et, so it'll be interesting to see how much camber you need to make this setup work.
I've decided to take your advice on the rears and try going with 245/40/18. As for the front I'm thinking 225/40/18.
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I know man I was agreeing with you haha
Nice e92
Gotcha. Sounded the opposite due to the structure of the sentence, it's all.good though. Lol. Thanks, I miss it every day...

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I've decided to take your advice on the rears and try going with 245/40/18. As for the front I'm thinking 225/40/18.
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