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Do you have any more pics? I was planning on the same setup for the track.
Sure. I'll include some notes since I had some struggles finding out if these will clear inside or not.

-2 degrees of camber front and -1.8 rear. My fenders are not rolled but I have a fairly stiffly sprung gc/koni setup by Rob43.

If you have a coilover like a KW, BC, or any coilover where the spring/spring perch is further down you may have to run +35 to clear it. I know a guy that couldn't fit a +38 without a 3mm spacer on Racelands.

I would have purchased 245s but I stumbled on these 255s for cheap from a friend.

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Front: 225/40/18 Et34 (am i right with "Et"?)
Rear: 255/35/18 Et37 (same think here)
Fenders: non modified
It rubs a little bit, but just if i speed up and go thorough a deep, i recently put these new shoes... so I would let you know if it rubs with passengers. I was wondering if I would need to roll or cut rear fenders. Any suggestions?



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Nothing wrong with what you doing thing to your car (besides the M3 badge)
However,
The wheels are not an aggressive offset
the set-up is not square
Again, not trying to harsh on your post but this more appropriately belongs in the factory BMW wheel thread.
 

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Nothing wrong with what you doing thing to your car (besides the M3 badge)
However,
The wheels are not an aggressive offset
the set-up is not square
Again, not trying to harsh on your post but this more appropriately belongs in the factory BMW wheel thread.


Jajajja... i bought the car with that badge... so I guess that if take that away I'll harsh the paint... but I will take it off...


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So your wheels would work perfect in this thread.
http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=689465

Typically Aggressive Squared has the following
Same sized tire in font and rear usually in a very wide width or stretched over a wheel.
Same width wheel usually very wide or with a offset that makes the wheel fitment more difficult than just bolting them on (ie camber, rolling fenders, cutting ect).
 

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So your wheels would work perfect in this thread.
http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=689465

Typically Aggressive Squared has the following
Same sized tire in font and rear usually in a very wide width or stretched over a wheel.
Same width wheel usually very wide or with a offset that makes the wheel fitment more difficult than just bolting them on (ie camber, rolling fenders, cutting ect).


Ok i got it... this thread looks kinda boring jajaja but I understand you :) thank you jejeje


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The Official: "Post Your [AGGRESSIVE SQUARE WHEEL SETUP] Thread"

18x9.5 all round
225/40/18 front and back

Fronts rub when turning and hitting a bump etc and rears rub with anyone in the back...even with the arches cut away

Fronts also had to be spaced 5mm as the inside of the wheel was fouling the strut

But it looks really good and I can live with it lol!




 

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18x9.5 all round
225/40/18 front and back

Fronts rub when turning and hitting a bump etc and rears rub with anyone in the back...even with the arches cut away

Fronts also had to be spaced 5mm as the inside of the wheel was fouling the strut

But it looks really good and I can live with it lol!




What suspension setup are you running and are you clear of the spring now that you have the 5mm spacer?
 

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The Official: "Post Your [AGGRESSIVE SQUARE WHEEL SETUP] Thread"

18x9.5 all round
225/40/18 front and back

Fronts rub when turning and hitting a bump etc and rears rub with anyone in the back...even with the arches cut away

Fronts also had to be spaced 5mm as the inside of the wheel was fouling the strut

But it looks really good and I can live with it lol!






What are you running for a offset? I'm running the same specs on h and r springs and my rears rubbed bad until I rolled them
 
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