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    235 for a et35 rim with minimal clearance. 225 will look silly..
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamM3 View Post
    235 for a et35 rim with minimal clearance. 225 will look silly..
    yep thats what i was thinking too
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonLogicX View Post
    I highly recommend www.archenemy.co.uk I have used them before when I had my E30 and even some of my friends have used them. They come to you and I think their prices are actually very reasonable. Just remember that any arch rolling on the rears means that the seam sealer in the rear arches will need to be removed and most probably you will also need to repaint the lips once the rolling is done.
    Just noticed they do arch flaring that doesnt look stupid! I dont need much room so with a bit more camber and a small flare that might be enough Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by shamM3 View Post
    235 for a et35 rim with minimal clearance. 225 will look silly..
    You talking about the fronts?? Im not 100% sure that the offset is going to be the same because i havnt received my fronts yet.

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