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      04-27-2017, 09:39 AM   #23
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Hey alp135 what center caps are those? I'm having such a hard time finding center caps for my AG m310's
It's actually a pretty simple fix...find a set of bmw center cap overlays (Most BMW dealerships sell them)...68mm I think?? Rough the center caps the wheels came with and superglue them over. Did that on the BBS CH-R setup I have on my 1 series and also for my Z4M Coupe...looks like they factory center caps if you do it right.
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These wheels recently came out in this size if anyone is interested contact Kevin at mod bargains s and tell him Greg sent you, they are 18x9.5 et45 and 18x8.5 et35 on 215/40/18 and 245/35/18 no rubbing. But I do have camber in the front

Looks great but how are you not rubbing on the rear? Rolled fenders?? I ask as I have 19" x 9" ET 44 rears...so less of a poke then your 9.5" ET 45 set up and I rub just a hair under high speed dips in the road and I'm also lowered as it looks like you are.
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It's actually a pretty simple fix...find a set of bmw center cap overlays (Most BMW dealerships sell them)...68mm I think?? Rough the center caps the wheels came with and superglue them over. Did that on the BBS CH-R setup I have on my 1 series and also for my Z4M Coupe...looks like they factory center caps if you do it right.
My issue is the face of my wheels are a super weird size (61mm) so finding that size has been a bitch!! His centercaps should be the same size as mine so I'm hoping they might fit.
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      04-27-2017, 08:28 PM   #26
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Hey alp135 what center caps are those? I'm having such a hard time finding center caps for my AG m310's
They are from my stock wheels
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They are from my stock wheels
Ok thanks! I'll have to see what size center caps the m359's have
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New wheels!
Alp135 are these 19 inches I'm trying to figure this out and do you have by any chance have a stock suspension pic w the m359 wheels on [IMG][/IMG]
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How do m359's fit your car with no rub?!

Hey man, i have just purchased the m359's same sizes as yours and they rub over bumps and high speed roads when going over small dips. I need them to fit they look too good. the fronts seem to poke out way more than yours too...

Could you tell me your exact set up as to how you don't get any rub?

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Hey man, i have just purchased the m359's same sizes as yours and they rub over bumps and high speed roads when going over small dips. I need them to fit they look too good. the fronts seem to poke out way more than yours too...

Could you tell me your exact set up as to how you don't get any rub?

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What size tyres are you running?
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What size tyres are you running?
Im running 225/30/18 front 255/40/18 rear
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What size tyres are you running?
Im running 225/30/18 front 255/40/18 rear
Why a 30 profile in the front? Our cars should run 40 profile. 215/40 might just fit but is streched. You would need camber plates to run a 225/40.

The rears are the wrong profile too. They should work with 245/35. With 255/35 you need to roll the rear fenders to make them fit.
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What size tyres are you running?
Im running 225/30/18 front 255/40/18 rear
Why a 30 profile in the front? Our cars should run 40 profile. 215/40 might just fit but is streched. You would need camber plates to run a 225/40.

The rears are the wrong profile too. They should work with 245/35. With 255/35 you need to roll the rear fenders to make them fit.
I ran 215/40/18 and 245/35/18
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Those wheels look AMAZING!
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What size tyres are you running?
Im running 225/30/18 front 255/40/18 rear
Why a 30 profile in the front? Our cars should run 40 profile. 215/40 might just fit but is streched. You would need camber plates to run a 225/40.

The rears are the wrong profile too. They should work with 245/35. With 255/35 you need to roll the rear fenders to make them fit.
I ran 215/40/18 and 245/35/18
Alp do you have any pics of your 1er w the m359s on stack suspension or no
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What size tyres are you running?
Im running 225/30/18 front 255/40/18 rear
Why a 30 profile in the front? Our cars should run 40 profile. 215/40 might just fit but is streched. You would need camber plates to run a 225/40.

The rears are the wrong profile too. They should work with 245/35. With 255/35 you need to roll the rear fenders to make them fit.
I ran 215/40/18 and 245/35/18
Alp do you have any pics of your 1er w the m359s on stack suspension or no
No that was the first mod I did
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What size tyres are you running?
Im running 225/30/18 front 255/40/18 rear
Why a 30 profile in the front? Our cars should run 40 profile. 215/40 might just fit but is streched. You would need camber plates to run a 225/40.

The rears are the wrong profile too. They should work with 245/35. With 255/35 you need to roll the rear fenders to make them fit.
I ran 215/40/18 and 245/35/18
Alp do you have any pics of your 1er w the m359s on stack suspension or no
No that was the first mod I did
Rip can you tell if these are 19 or 18 you have more experience and knowledge thought you might know
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What size tyres are you running?
Im running 225/30/18 front 255/40/18 rear
Why a 30 profile in the front? Our cars should run 40 profile. 215/40 might just fit but is streched. You would need camber plates to run a 225/40.

The rears are the wrong profile too. They should work with 245/35. With 255/35 you need to roll the rear fenders to make them fit.
I ran 215/40/18 and 245/35/18
Alp do you have any pics of your 1er w the m359s on stack suspension or no
No that was the first mod I did
Rip can you tell if these are 19 or 18 you have more experience and knowledge thought you might know
They look like 19s
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What size tyres are you running?
Im running 225/30/18 front 255/40/18 rear
Why a 30 profile in the front? Our cars should run 40 profile. 215/40 might just fit but is streched. You would need camber plates to run a 225/40.

The rears are the wrong profile too. They should work with 245/35. With 255/35 you need to roll the rear fenders to make them fit.
I ran 215/40/18 and 245/35/18
Alp do you have any pics of your 1er w the m359s on stack suspension or no
No that was the first mod I did
Rip can you tell if these are 19 or 18 you have more experience and knowledge thought you might know
They look like 19s
If there 19s what would be a good offset
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Why a 30 profile in the front? Our cars should run 40 profile. 215/40 might just fit but is streched. You would need camber plates to run a 225/40.

The rears are the wrong profile too. They should work with 245/35. With 255/35 you need to roll the rear fenders to make them fit.
Hello mate I must have been half asleep.

I run 225/40/18 and 255/35/18. Schoolboy error.

So are we saying that 215/40/18 and 245/35/18 will make these alloys fit. I don’t see how this will alter how much the fronts seem to poke
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I ran 215/40/18 and 245/35/18
Right so.. If in purchase same size tyres as you. I’m almost there. How much front camber do I need to get them to fit. Did you have to get camber plates or anything? I have no clue about camber.
And how low did you go with the coilovers as I’m also getting them to the same height you did. I’m determined to have them fit just like yours.

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