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Default Wheels rear 18x10" ET ? - 09-22-2017, 06:26 AM

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I currently have rims in 8.5 E T 40 and 9.5 E T 45 x18 on my 135i, I want to put rims of 10 "behind to climb 285/30/18, that it deport (E T) I can use without rubbing?

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Default 09-22-2017, 07:01 AM

I am curious if anyone is running 18x10s.

I was running 285/30/18's on 18x9.5" ET58 APEX ARC-8 Wheels.
- With this setup I wore through the inner fender liner and polished the plastic fuel filler shiny.
- with a 3mm spacer I had slight rubbing on the unrolled outside rear fenders. (not enough that I could hear it or ever felt the need to roll the fenders, but the tires showed rubbing)

285/30/18 fitment or 295 is going to depend a lot upon the tires you buy and ride height. I was running bridgestone S-04s with my rear tires slightly tucked in the wheel well. I definitely recommend a roll and pull of the rear fenders to fit a 18x10.


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Default 09-22-2017, 07:35 AM

thank you for your reply, I think put slick tires in 27/65/18, equivalent to 285/30/18, my wings are rolled slightly but I can rub sometimes at the place where the bum meets the wing , inside I have 35mm of space before touching the damper.
your configuration is therefore equivalent to 9.5 ET 55 with your spacers, how much do you have of camber ? can you tell me the place you have left inside the rim and the shock absorber?
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Default 09-23-2017, 11:16 AM

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your configuration is therefore equivalent to 9.5 ET 55 with your spacers, how much do you have of camber ? can you tell me the place you have left inside the rim and the shock absorber?

-1.4 camber in the rear.

From the widest part of the rim to my shock absorber I have 32mm of clearance. (KWv3 rear shocks)


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Default 09-23-2017, 02:10 PM

so you still have room inside? or is that what you touch inside because you had to put a spacer of 3mm?
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Default 09-28-2017, 10:40 AM

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so you still have room inside? or is that what you touch inside because you had to put a spacer of 3mm?
rubbing the shock has never been an issue for my 135i, like I mentioned above I wore threw the inner fender liner and polished up the fuel filler tube on the inside (both from the tire rubbing)

The 3mm spacer I ran with the 285 rear tires was to keep the tire off the inner fender liner and fuel filler tube. When I added the 3mm spacer I began lightly rubbing on my unrolled fenders. It was a pretty tight fit.

Hope that helps. I currently run 275/35/18 rears with no spacers and no issues


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Default 09-28-2017, 11:18 AM

ok thanks for your answer, so we must leave a lot of space inside for the shock absorber to work.
9.5 ET 55 is so your rims, to have the same thing in 10 "must be ET 49 ... to be on not to rub inside! I'll try to find 10 ET 49 and roller fender the wings for the 'outside.
that it is your height of car?
that they are your dimensions of front tire, in 8.5 E T 45 I think?
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ok thanks for your answer, so we must leave a lot of space inside for the shock absorber to work.
9.5 ET 55 is so your rims, to have the same thing in 10 "must be ET 49 ... to be on not to rub inside! I'll try to find 10 ET 49 and roller fender the wings for the 'outside.
that it is your height of car?
that they are your dimensions of front tire, in 8.5 E T 45 I think?
8.5" ET45 on the front and a 9.5" ET58 on the rear.

not sure on ride height, but you can barely squeeze a finger between the tire and the fender on both the front and rear, and my low profile 3 3/4" jack will not go under the front jack points without driving onto blocks, it barely clears the rear jack point (so 4") off the ground is a good estimate.


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Default 09-28-2017, 12:37 PM

ok, another thing, I see that you have a chassis upgraded, with regard to the brake pads, you use what?
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ok, another thing, I see that you have a chassis upgraded, with regard to the brake pads, you use what?
Stop Tech Street pads. Much, much less dust than stock and almost as much initial bite.


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Default 09-28-2017, 01:43 PM

ok perfect, and the model hawk dtc70 you know?
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ok perfect, and the model hawk dtc70 you know?
Not sure about those


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