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      12-04-2018, 03:01 PM   #1
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Anyone running 18 x 9.5 et 22 in front w/o camber plates

Will appreciate if anyone can confirm if they are running 18 x 9.5 et22 in front w/o camber plates on their M2.

Tires will be 255/40/18.

Apex says I'll need plates to run negative camber for it to work.

However, I'm getting feedback from members saying it will fit even though it's aggressive.
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Will appreciate if anyone can confirm if they are running 18 x 9.5 et22 in front w/o camber plates on their M2.

Tires will be 255/40/18.

Apex says I'll need plates to run negative camber for it to work.

However, I'm getting feedback from members saying it will fit even though it's aggressive.
it'll fit no problem, and you could even fit 265 tires especially if you are on stock height.

if you're lowered, then it will depend how slammed you are, if you like to go low like me (as in tucking tires) then you will require negative camber for it not to rub.
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Thank you for that.

Wouldn't you gain negative camber as you go lower? Guess it depends the design of the springs as well if it will hit the wheels or not.

Not planning on going tucked but just 1 inch lower than stock height.
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I install the rims 18x9 ET 35 on a front axis, my rims didn't turn because rested against a brake support. As a result I put on before 18x8 ET 30, the wheel turns, all is excellent, tyres 255/40 R18.
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^ Wonder what was the cause?
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