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Old 04-29-2004, 01:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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has anyone had these tires before?
do you guys think i need to roll the fenders to install these tires?
my car is a 92 325i.
i found them in ebay for $99 a piece and i called some local shops and they list for $165-$187 so i hope there good quality tires.
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Old 04-29-2004, 02:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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They seem alright to me. They make good tires so I wouldn't worry about quality. I doubt you'll have to roll the fenders, in fact, I'd say no.
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They are only 17s so no fender rolling necessary.
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i thought it was the width(235) that made it nesesary to roll the fenders not the overall hight!!
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That would be correct. I have 235/40-18 and have had no problem what-so-ever. No need to roll the fenders. Only need roll by the ladies...
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Ahh, I need to roll my fenders out. My 17s are rubbing. How much does that generally cost?
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What width are they? 235s?
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My 17's rub too... 235/45 with h&r sport springs,
when i looked under the fender, it looks like the rubbing is happening on the far side of the tire... how am i supposed to fix that? :/
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