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Old 03-06-2007, 12:13 AM   #1
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Do I need spacers?

Would I need spacers to run 18x8.5 ET 38 rims on a non-M E36 sedan? If so, what size? I'm looking to go with a drop using Eibach Sportline springs (quite low, H&R Race comparable). Also, I want to get them as close to the fender as possible for that wide and aggressive look - 5-7mm spacers sound about right for this? I will definetley roll my fenders when attempting this.

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No spacers, they will already fill the fenders fairly aggressively.
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