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      05-15-2019, 11:53 AM   #1497
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I'm fine with running camber. I just want to make sure the wheels will fit without touching the suspension components in the rear to the point where Id have to space them out even more to accommodate for the larger width of the wheel. I'm getting the full set of Rohana RF1 for only $500 so I'm gonna give it a try regardless.
Post a pic when you get them on. Been interested in these wheels as well or the Ferrada FR4 and would love to see how it'd look
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I'm fine with running camber. I just want to make sure the wheels will fit without touching the suspension components in the rear to the point where Id have to space them out even more to accommodate for the larger width of the wheel. I'm getting the full set of Rohana RF1 for only $500 so I'm gonna give it a try regardless.
Post a pic when you get them on. Been interested in these wheels as well or the Ferrada FR4 and would love to see how it'd look
Will do man, I'll finally be able to qualify to post pictures on this thread after I get them installed and dialed in. I have a feeling it'll look either extremely aggressive or or won't fit at all lol.
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Will do man, I'll finally be able to qualify to post pictures on this thread after I get them installed and dialed in. I have a feeling it'll look either extremely aggressive or or won't fit at all lol.
Yeah I'm interested to see the style of wheel on the F30 plus how much camber would be needed for a 20x11 +28. Hope it goes well though and looking forward to your post! Also... $500? thats a great deal!
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Will do man, I'll finally be able to qualify to post pictures on this thread after I get them installed and dialed in. I have a feeling it'll look either extremely aggressive or or won't fit at all lol.
Yeah I'm interested to see the style of wheel on the F30 plus how much camber would be needed for a 20x11 +28. Hope it goes well though and looking forward to your post! Also... $500? thats a great deal!
Thanks man I appreciate it! The only reason why I'm buying them is because they're $500. I hope I'm able to fit them without too many issues. I'll more than likely need to pull my rear fenders and get some rear camber arms. The fronts should clear with the BC Racing camber plates that they come with. Fingers crossed everything works out. Or if not I can sell them again. I've never seen this aggressive of a setup on a F30 so let's see how this goes. I will definitely keep everyone posted on this and will start a new thread for others to see as well while I attempt this.
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Will do man, I'll finally be able to qualify to post pictures on this thread after I get them installed and dialed in. I have a feeling it'll look either extremely aggressive or or won't fit at all lol.
Yeah I'm interested to see the style of wheel on the F30 plus how much camber would be needed for a 20x11 +28. Hope it goes well though and looking forward to your post! Also... $500? thats a great deal!
Thanks man I appreciate it! The only reason why I'm buying them is because they're $500. I hope I'm able to fit them without too many issues. I'll more than likely need to pull my rear fenders and get some rear camber arms. The fronts should clear with the BC Racing camber plates that they come with. Fingers crossed everything works out. Or if not I can sell them again. I've never seen this aggressive of a setup on a F30 so let's see how this goes. I will definitely keep everyone posted on this and will start a new thread for others to see as well while I attempt this.
It will fit 100% and will require like -3 max on rear camber. Fenders rolled. Fronts won't be an issue but I would still roll the fenders.you can run -1 up front
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Will do man, I'll finally be able to qualify to post pictures on this thread after I get them installed and dialed in. I have a feeling it'll look either extremely aggressive or or won't fit at all lol.
Yeah I'm interested to see the style of wheel on the F30 plus how much camber would be needed for a 20x11 +28. Hope it goes well though and looking forward to your post! Also... $500? thats a great deal!
Thanks man I appreciate it! The only reason why I'm buying them is because they're $500. I hope I'm able to fit them without too many issues. I'll more than likely need to pull my rear fenders and get some rear camber arms. The fronts should clear with the BC Racing camber plates that they come with. Fingers crossed everything works out. Or if not I can sell them again. I've never seen this aggressive of a setup on a F30 so let's see how this goes. I will definitely keep everyone posted on this and will start a new thread for others to see as well while I attempt this.
It will fit 100% and will require like -3 max on rear camber. Fenders rolled. Fronts won't be an issue but I would still roll the fenders.you can run -1 up front
I like the confidence in your post lol. Gives me some hope and reassurance with this setup. I'm picking up the wheels on Sunday and will keep all of you guys posted. Anyone know or have a rough idea of what tire sizes I should run while causing little to no rubbing. I was thinking 235/35/20 front and 265/30/20 rear. With those that would be stretched a bit but that way I think it'd clear my fender and not rub at all.
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Will do man, I'll finally be able to qualify to post pictures on this thread after I get them installed and dialed in. I have a feeling it'll look either extremely aggressive or or won't fit at all lol.
Yeah I'm interested to see the style of wheel on the F30 plus how much camber would be needed for a 20x11 +28. Hope it goes well though and looking forward to your post! Also... $500? thats a great deal!
Thanks man I appreciate it! The only reason why I'm buying them is because they're $500. I hope I'm able to fit them without too many issues. I'll more than likely need to pull my rear fenders and get some rear camber arms. The fronts should clear with the BC Racing camber plates that they come with. Fingers crossed everything works out. Or if not I can sell them again. I've never seen this aggressive of a setup on a F30 so let's see how this goes. I will definitely keep everyone posted on this and will start a new thread for others to see as well while I attempt this.
It will fit 100% and will require like -3 max on rear camber. Fenders rolled. Fronts won't be an issue but I would still roll the fenders.you can run -1 up front
I like the confidence in your post lol. Gives me some hope and reassurance with this setup. I'm picking up the wheels on Sunday and will keep all of you guys posted. Anyone know or have a rough idea of what tire sizes I should run while causing little to no rubbing. I was thinking 235/35/20 front and 265/30/20 rear. With those that would be stretched a bit but that way I think it'd clear my fender and not rub at all.
I would run 225/35/20
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Depending on how low you're going though
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Will do man, I'll finally be able to qualify to post pictures on this thread after I get them installed and dialed in. I have a feeling it'll look either extremely aggressive or or won't fit at all lol.
Yeah I'm interested to see the style of wheel on the F30 plus how much camber would be needed for a 20x11 +28. Hope it goes well though and looking forward to your post! Also... $500? thats a great deal!
Thanks man I appreciate it! The only reason why I'm buying them is because they're $500. I hope I'm able to fit them without too many issues. I'll more than likely need to pull my rear fenders and get some rear camber arms. The fronts should clear with the BC Racing camber plates that they come with. Fingers crossed everything works out. Or if not I can sell them again. I've never seen this aggressive of a setup on a F30 so let's see how this goes. I will definitely keep everyone posted on this and will start a new thread for others to see as well while I attempt this.
It will fit 100% and will require like -3 max on rear camber. Fenders rolled. Fronts won't be an issue but I would still roll the fenders.you can run -1 up front
I like the confidence in your post lol. Gives me some hope and reassurance with this setup. I'm picking up the wheels on Sunday and will keep all of you guys posted. Anyone know or have a rough idea of what tire sizes I should run while causing little to no rubbing. I was thinking 235/35/20 front and 265/30/20 rear. With those that would be stretched a bit but that way I think it'd clear my fender and not rub at all.
I would run 225/35/20
245/35/20

Depending on how low you're going though
Those would be extremely stretched on a 9 inch and 11 inch wheels. If you'd recommend those I'll run them, I think those specs may be a bit too stretched for the wheels.
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Will do man, I'll finally be able to qualify to post pictures on this thread after I get them installed and dialed in. I have a feeling it'll look either extremely aggressive or or won't fit at all lol.
Yeah I'm interested to see the style of wheel on the F30 plus how much camber would be needed for a 20x11 +28. Hope it goes well though and looking forward to your post! Also... $500? thats a great deal!
Thanks man I appreciate it! The only reason why I'm buying them is because they're $500. I hope I'm able to fit them without too many issues. I'll more than likely need to pull my rear fenders and get some rear camber arms. The fronts should clear with the BC Racing camber plates that they come with. Fingers crossed everything works out. Or if not I can sell them again. I've never seen this aggressive of a setup on a F30 so let's see how this goes. I will definitely keep everyone posted on this and will start a new thread for others to see as well while I attempt this.
It will fit 100% and will require like -3 max on rear camber. Fenders rolled. Fronts won't be an issue but I would still roll the fenders.you can run -1 up front
I like the confidence in your post lol. Gives me some hope and reassurance with this setup. I'm picking up the wheels on Sunday and will keep all of you guys posted. Anyone know or have a rough idea of what tire sizes I should run while causing little to no rubbing. I was thinking 235/35/20 front and 265/30/20 rear. With those that would be stretched a bit but that way I think it'd clear my fender and not rub at all.
I would run 225/35/20
245/35/20

Depending on how low you're going though
Those would be extremely stretched on a 9 inch and 11 inch wheels. If you'd recommend those I'll run them, I think those specs may be a bit too stretched for the wheels.
225 for the 9 will barely be a stretch at all.
For the 11, you might want to do 255 but you will have a problem with fitment depending on how low you're going
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Will do man, I'll finally be able to qualify to post pictures on this thread after I get them installed and dialed in. I have a feeling it'll look either extremely aggressive or or won't fit at all lol.
Yeah I'm interested to see the style of wheel on the F30 plus how much camber would be needed for a 20x11 +28. Hope it goes well though and looking forward to your post! Also... $500? thats a great deal!
Thanks man I appreciate it! The only reason why I'm buying them is because they're $500. I hope I'm able to fit them without too many issues. I'll more than likely need to pull my rear fenders and get some rear camber arms. The fronts should clear with the BC Racing camber plates that they come with. Fingers crossed everything works out. Or if not I can sell them again. I've never seen this aggressive of a setup on a F30 so let's see how this goes. I will definitely keep everyone posted on this and will start a new thread for others to see as well while I attempt this.
It will fit 100% and will require like -3 max on rear camber. Fenders rolled. Fronts won't be an issue but I would still roll the fenders.you can run -1 up front
I like the confidence in your post lol. Gives me some hope and reassurance with this setup. I'm picking up the wheels on Sunday and will keep all of you guys posted. Anyone know or have a rough idea of what tire sizes I should run while causing little to no rubbing. I was thinking 235/35/20 front and 265/30/20 rear. With those that would be stretched a bit but that way I think it'd clear my fender and not rub at all.
I would run 225/35/20
245/35/20

Depending on how low you're going though
Those would be extremely stretched on a 9 inch and 11 inch wheels. If you'd recommend those I'll run them, I think those specs may be a bit too stretched for the wheels.
225 for the 9 will barely be a stretch at all.
For the 11, you might want to do 255 but you will have a problem with fitment depending on how low you're going
I will go ahead and order the sizes that you recommended. I'm sure you have more experience with wheels and tire setups than I do. I'll try the 225 on a 9 and a 245 on a 11.
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I know it's a good deal, but you could always just wait and buy wheels that fit. Or just flip them and use the cash to buy wheels that fit.
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I know it's a good deal, but you could always just wait and buy wheels that fit. Or just flip them and use the cash to buy wheels that fit.
There's always an option to wait for wheels that would fit yes but I think it'd be nice to see something different being able to push the limits and achieve something never seen before on the car. I agree 100% I can wait but part of me wants to push the limits and see where it take me. If anything I can flip them for more than likely more since each wheel is $500 and that's how much I'm getting a full set for. That being said I'm going on Sunday to pick up the wheels. Super excited!
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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
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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?
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