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      03-11-2019, 09:43 PM   #11

Drives: 2012 135i
Join Date: Jun 2018
Location: Missouri

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Originally Posted by Eyeman View Post
I figured that's why the spacer. Trim out the inner liner and get an alignment shop to add some camber while you work out what you want to do. Your tires are already a brand that works well in tight fits. Some people go as far as cutting out the inner fender lip. Try to figure out where you are rubbing and work on that area. It's easier to bend metal when it's warm so heat it up, wait until the summer, etc
For now I'll probably pull the spacer. When I take it to the body shop I'll let them know I want to get aggressive with the roll and leave the spacers so they can look at the clearance.

Thanks for the tips. I appreciate it.
2012 135i M Sport Alpine White
Typical Boring Build