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      10-04-2012, 07:04 AM   #81
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Drives: BMW 120d E81 - 2007/09
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Originally Posted by Dackelone View Post
Rubbing = contact


Webster's definition...
1. a : to move along the surface of a body with pressure : grate. b (1) : to fret or chafe with or as if with friction

Some members have reported a slight (small) rubbing or contact with the tire to the body of the car. I only noticed this for the first few hundred km's and did not even think to mention it in my original post. I don't think it effects many cars, since I have only seen three people talk about rubbing (contact issues) with the rear 255's tires to the inner body of the car.
Rubbing = contact

Noted!! Sorry.
When I first look the tires on place I got scared because tyre was really close to the car body and one of the suspension arms.... but this was with car "on air", when I placed the car down all appears to be much more distant.
I went for a ride and made 3 slides to make sure no contact was felt.
I removed again the rear tire and apparently no contact at all.
Dont forget I have an E81 that might be slightly different from E82.
Next week after 400km I will check again and remove the tire again to make sure no marks on the tyre/body work or suspension arm.
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