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Old 11-26-2006, 12:57 AM   #16
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Old 11-26-2006, 01:04 AM   #17
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dude .. why are u posting on my thread?? do it on ur own ....

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Just what I wanted to ask.

I have 18x8 in the front and 18x9 in the rear. Now I am also lowered on KONI suspension kit...(yellow shocks and bluish springs). I have minimal rubbing until I hit a dip or like today I had a 100lb passenger in the rear seats and .....dam did I hear rubbing when I turn corners.....if she is sitting on the right and I turn left I will hear the rub and vice versa. Fenders are not rolled........no one in Windsor knows what rolling the fender means !
Also running 225/40/18 on all four rims.....not my choice bought them like this.....stretched in the rear....
Mind you that this setup was off an E36.

Anyone else have inputs?
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-Minimum rubbing with no rear passengers
-rubbing with passengers.
-Anyone in Windsor on this board that know some shop that rolls fenders?
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Old 11-26-2006, 01:09 AM   #18
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Probably not what you want to hear but what about running a skinnier tire? 245's MIGHT solve your problem.
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Old 11-30-2006, 03:59 PM   #19
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265 should fit ONLY IF the offset of the rim is perfect and the shape of the tirewall is round, and you are not lowered too much

if you have fenders rolled and still rubbing, not much you can do unless you pull out the fenders more, but that's much more work comparing to rolling the fenders

maybe go with narrower tires
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Old 12-09-2006, 05:34 PM   #20
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i just ended up putting blocks between the springs .. thats a temporary solution for now ... but im getting the rear fenders flared soon ...i guess 165's arent meant to be on a E46 sedan ....
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Old 02-19-2007, 04:26 PM   #21
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hey what offsets are you using? and any issues with rubbing?


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Hi, i just put these massive wheels on my car .. 03' 320i

front : 19x8.5 /235/35/19
rear : 19.9.5 /265/30/19

then i lowered it .. now i have MASSIVE rubbing .. what can i do ..? thanks for the help!!
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Old 02-19-2007, 09:12 PM   #22
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Cars lookin nice and clean... Id suggest goin down on the size.. to 255/30/19 Toyo T1Rs or Falkens. And if the rubbin still persists, go to RMP Motors, they'll fix the problem for u. Im running 19x10s at the back with 245s and even after flaring the rear fenders I still have minimal rubbing, so I went to RMP Motors and they took care of everything. Now 0 rubbing with 19x10s SLAMMED! RMP FTW, they're the only place that could solve THIS problem. Ive been to several places including Wheel & Tire Zone, they sucked. I wouldnt even go there for fender rolling.
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