So I searched for this on the forums too, but everyone seems split.. I want to get tires that I can get rotated. I am going to buy 18 x 8.5 (40 offset) rims. What would be the best looking tires for a set up in which I can get the tires rotated? I also don't want any tire rubbing on a stock...
I have 19's style 67 on my 323Ci and I'm looking on purchasing some lowering springs. I already rub with my tires on my stock suspension. The drop would be 1.5, my question is will that be to big of a drop and will I continue to rub, I already plan on rolling my fenders. Please help!!!
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So I got a chance to roll my rear fenders this past weekend, and it was such a hassle because of the sticky rubber lining, I couldn't roll as far as I needed to.
Anyway, I figured since I had the roller, might as well do the front fenders, that was a mistake. It was EASY, but I didn't realize...
I live in the small town of Batesville Arkansas and there is no body shops or anywhere that can roll my fenders. Could yall help me out and give me a few suggestion on where I should bring my car to get it done? It doesnt matter where the shop is located at
Does anyone have the H&R Cupkit and absolutely had to do fender rolling? I just bought the kit and I dont' have experience with BMW being lowered. I was wondering if I would have to roll the fenders.
I have CSL Reps, Staggered Setup, 245-35-19's in the rear. (I think gotta check after work)...