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Old 12-05-2005, 01:09 PM   #31
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Wow ... ugliest thing I have ever seen.
Agree that boser hood thing looks
And thanks again for those Uber sexy seats

How did your "Track" M3 come along?
you had it gutted & were removing wiring harness's when me & my bro were there, way way back.

did you ever make a thread about it?
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Old 12-05-2005, 05:29 PM   #32
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Where were you when I was selling them to him?

By the time I messaged you, they were sold
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Old 12-05-2005, 05:30 PM   #33
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That is cbouchez's widebody sedan from bf.c

Stretched fenders != widebody
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:17 PM   #34
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I emailed tirerack. I specificaly told them
72.5 to 74 rings needed...they said they don't exist!!
WHAT THE #%@#^#$^ !?! and thanks for the part number!
Haha, that sucks, I got the part number from another post, and another site listed the same P/N.

so yeah i emailed them & this was the reply:

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so much for that simple solution, eh
guess it's back to a machinist with a spindle.
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Old 12-26-2005, 02:32 PM   #35
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Stretched fenders != widebody
Tell him, not me. That's how he advertises it in his sig.
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Old 04-18-2006, 04:12 PM   #36
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ok. Someone explain this. 17 X 8 BBS style 5's et20 on an E36.
All the guy did was roll the fenders and run 215 tires.

Why do my wheels stick out 2cm's and his are tucked?!? granted they are 18 X 8, I don't see the big difference... why cant I fit my goddamn mother trucking wheels?!?

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how do you know those are 5 series rims in that pic? The euro 328 came with those as a sport option.
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Its from bf.c

EDIT: found the thread, just a few days ago: http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum...d.php?t=518890
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Ok, so maybe those wheels posted on the silver M3 aren't the euro sport wheels, but still, he's running 215's and they're 17x8, not 18x8.5.

So you have a wheel that has .25"/7.5mm more outer lip then that guy, plus 20mm of wrong offset, so 27.5mm of wheel sticking out further then normal. Try to find a -30mm spacer, that'll solve all your problems.
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Ok, so maybe those wheels posted on the silver M3 aren't the euro sport wheels, but still, he's running 215's and they're 17x8, not 18x8.5.

So you have a wheel that has .25"/7.5mm more outer lip then that guy, plus 20mm of wrong offset, so 27.5mm of wheel sticking out further then normal. Try to find a -30mm spacer, that'll solve all your problems.
-30 spacer
would that be the cutting his axles, rewelding them shorter, hub brought in "spacer"

No, but i just asked that guy on bfc if he's sure there not "Euro style 5's" with the "thinner" barrel for 328 sports

miguel im pretty sure mine are 17x8" but i'd have to look again.
he has 215's I have 225's.
I wonder though if i had 215's & severe camber / - \ in the rear if it would work

anyways I myself on 225's would need to cut & widen my rear fenders if i wanted "tuckage"
you've seen my car on page1 of this thread, thats how im riding "raked" style
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Ok, so maybe those wheels posted on the silver M3 aren't the euro sport wheels, but still, he's running 215's and they're 17x8, not 18x8.5.

So you have a wheel that has .25"/7.5mm more outer lip then that guy, plus 20mm of wrong offset, so 27.5mm of wheel sticking out further then normal. Try to find a -30mm spacer, that'll solve all your problems.
a -30mm spacer huh? don't they sell those at the flux capacitor store?
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Hmmm... i have adjustable LCA's... i wonder if i can somehow make it work with negative camber?
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