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      01-14-2019, 11:35 AM   #1
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Volk TE37 18x10 +25 Square setup fitment question

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(Yes i searched and no it's not easy to search for wheel sizes given the way people type them out and the content is indexed )

Does anyone know if this will work, or perhaps even run this wheel size as a SQUARE setup?

I've got a set of TE37SL's accessible to me for track use and would like to know if this (mostly the offset) is an acceptable option.

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Those are going to stick out well past the fenders.

Assuming you go with 275x35r18 tires, you're looking at the following differences from stock

FRONT:
- Suspension clearance: 11 mm (0.4'') closer to suspension/brakes components.
- Fender Clearance: Will stick out 19 mm (0.7'') farther.

REAR:
- Suspension clearance: 100% clear (leaves even more room than OEM)
- Fender Clearance: Will stick out 20 mm (0.8'') farther.

Source: http://www.rimsntires.com/specspro.jsp
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Those are going to stick out well past the fenders.


Source: http://www.rimsntires.com/specspro.jsp
Thank you very much for the details and link!
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It will fit just fine at stock height with a little camber. I ran 18x10 EC7 +25 with 275 and 285 tires.

https://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1370889
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It will fit just fine at stock height with a little camber. I ran 18x10 EC7 +25 with 275 and 285 tires.

https://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1370889
Nice.

Yeah, if looks like if you're lowered at all, you're going to run into some issues with that aggressive offset.
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Nice.

Yeah, if looks like if you're lowered at all, you're going to run into some issues with that aggressive offset.
275's, would be close. 285's yes would definitely hit the fender. Keep in mind those are also wider race tires, not street tires.

I had -2.5 camber in the front.
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