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      02-12-2013, 11:18 PM   #1
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Fitment Question Bbs Rs-gt

Will these fit the 135i?
Front width/offsets: 18x8, et. 38.
Rear width/offsets: 18x9, et. 45.

My car is lowered on H&R Super Sport Springs and from what I've heard I will need to roll my rear fenders a tad, but the problem is my cars is vinyl wrapped and I'm worried it will stretch the vinyl.

What do you guys think?
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      02-12-2013, 11:31 PM   #2
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Yes it will fit. May need to just run semi stretched tires. 215/35/18 front. 245/35/18 rear. Should work. You may not need a roll with those tire sizes.
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Can someone else please verify they'll fit ?
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      02-13-2013, 10:45 AM   #4
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IIRC, the H&Rs are a decent drop, which will inherently give you a little more camber. The fronts are a little more aggressive than the rears, but if you choose a tire size properly, you should be able to go without rolling fenders.
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If I got 19x9 ET37 and 19x10.5ET38 to fit then these will fit without as much trouble as I had.
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Will these fit the 135i?
Front width/offsets: 18x8, et. 38.
Rear width/offsets: 18x9, et. 45.

My car is lowered on H&R Super Sport Springs and from what I've heard I will need to roll my rear fenders a tad, but the problem is my cars is vinyl wrapped and I'm worried it will stretch the vinyl.

What do you guys think?
Should work fine... do you have camber plates?

Just heat up the vinyl when the fenders are rolled/pulled.
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They will work just fine.
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