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Old Fri, Jan-11-2019, 08:37:34 PM   #1
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Default Wheel shop Northern NJ

Can anyone recommend a shop to check the spacers on my wheels (+35 Front and +20 Rear)?

I have a 2004 M3 Vert with what I think are 19 inch Miro 111s. I just had the front and rear suspension/shocks rebuilt with stock parts and have new tires, but am still getting rubbing at low speeds at one or more of the wheels.

BMW OEM spec was 225/40/19 Front and 255/35/19 Rear. Miro's site I see says it should have 245/35/19 Front and 275/30/19 Rear.
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I am also interested in that. All the ones that are around me are shitty


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Are you checking spacers or the wheels offsets?

If they're rubbing due to spacers maybe just get smaller spacers? But i'm pretty sure they're rubbing due to the wheels size and offsets. Either get a smaller sized tire or try and roll the fenders a bit
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You should not be rubbing on anything with a 245. I run a 255 squared track setup, and 255 squared road setup with the car lowered to 5 inches off the ground or 13.25 inch from center hub to fender. No rubbing. 35 is the offset. No rolled fenders

I would suggest you confirm your tire offset by taking off a wheel and looking at the back of it. Usually a rim will have the specs etched into the back spoke somewhere.
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Euro tires in fair lawn....


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