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    hi just thought i would let you all know after people telling me i would have trouble with rubbing from putting 19 inch alloys on spaceing the fronts 15 mm and rears 25mm plus putting coilovers on and lowering it a bit i did it anyway and im glad i did ive had no rubbing from arches and car looks great but thanks to people for help anyway i will post pic soon cheers
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    Good to hear and we are awaiting the pics, .....
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by idgmore View Post
    the fronts 15 mm and rears 25mm


    what wheels are you running?
    loud-low-slow-project


    no sugar turkish, im sweet enough
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    hi ive decided to take off my spacers and slam my e46 330ci im so supprised the ride comfort has hardly changed im running 19 inch dare maya alloys with a german coilover kit dropped to its lowest setting.
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    Looks sweet mate
     
     

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    Any wheel rubbing issues or touching down on speed bumps.
     
     

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    i did at first but what i did was got my 18v cordless angle grinder put a 1mm cutting disk on it and cut away most of the lip under the arch away and then put some paint on it to stop rusting and now i can throw her arround like she hasnt been slammed as for speed bumps i just take them a bi slower than usual
     
     

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