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      02-23-2021, 10:21 PM   #177
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Update to my update

So I went to double check my install as the 10mm spacers up front was causing more rubbing. It turns out I have Smidgen amount of space between my PS4S an the strut mount. I don't have smidgen ruler so I can't give a precise measurement. I would say about 5 pieces of paper laying flat is about the size of it.

Well, since I removed the spacers I have only a slight rub when turning the wheel on the passenger side. So I'm going to try 3 mm spacers and a heat gun.



UPDATE

I received my wheels and had them ceramic coated and mounted. The rears fit with no issues but the front tires rub as I turn the wheel on the front and back of the fender liner.

I had to use a 10mm spacer (that's the smallest I had on hand) in the front because the tire was touching the front strut mount where the MP HAS spring starts.

I'm wondering how in the hell people are getting 275s to fit on front of an M3.

So I'm pondering solutions.

As with everyone else, dealing with Lyle @ Richland throughout the entire process was an absolute pleasure. Thanks for the great buying experience!

I decided to go with the Brushed Clear 19" on my 2018 M3 lowered on MP HAS:

19x9.5" et23 265/35/19
19x11" et38 305/30/19

I just ordered so I won't know how they'll fit until the new year. Hopefully 2021 is better than 2020!
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      02-26-2021, 01:58 PM   #178
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Update to my update

So I went to double check my install as the 10mm spacers up front was causing more rubbing. It turns out I have Smidgen amount of space between my PS4S an the strut mount. I don't have smidgen ruler so I can't give a precise measurement. I would say about 5 pieces of paper laying flat is about the size of it.

Well, since I removed the spacers I have only a slight rub when turning the wheel on the passenger side. So I'm going to try 3 mm spacers and a heat gun.



UPDATE

I received my wheels and had them ceramic coated and mounted. The rears fit with no issues but the front tires rub as I turn the wheel on the front and back of the fender liner.

I had to use a 10mm spacer (that's the smallest I had on hand) in the front because the tire was touching the front strut mount where the MP HAS spring starts.

I'm wondering how in the hell people are getting 275s to fit on front of an M3.

So I'm pondering solutions.

As with everyone else, dealing with Lyle @ Richland throughout the entire process was an absolute pleasure. Thanks for the great buying experience!

I decided to go with the Brushed Clear 19" on my 2018 M3 lowered on MP HAS:

19x9.5" et23 265/35/19
19x11" et38 305/30/19

I just ordered so I won't know how they'll fit until the new year. Hopefully 2021 is better than 2020!
That looks like it fits great in the rear! The ps4s isn't the widest running tire out there, so that kind of limits tire choices unfortunately.
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      02-26-2021, 09:17 PM   #179
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Update to my update

So I went to double check my install as the 10mm spacers up front was causing more rubbing. It turns out I have Smidgen amount of space between my PS4S an the strut mount. I don't have smidgen ruler so I can't give a precise measurement. I would say about 5 pieces of paper laying flat is about the size of it.

Well, since I removed the spacers I have only a slight rub when turning the wheel on the passenger side. So I'm going to try 3 mm spacers and a heat gun.



UPDATE

I received my wheels and had them ceramic coated and mounted. The rears fit with no issues but the front tires rub as I turn the wheel on the front and back of the fender liner.

I had to use a 10mm spacer (that's the smallest I had on hand) in the front because the tire was touching the front strut mount where the MP HAS spring starts.

I'm wondering how in the hell people are getting 275s to fit on front of an M3.

So I'm pondering solutions.

As with everyone else, dealing with Lyle @ Richland throughout the entire process was an absolute pleasure. Thanks for the great buying experience!

I decided to go with the Brushed Clear 19" on my 2018 M3 lowered on MP HAS:

19x9.5" et23 265/35/19
19x11" et38 305/30/19

I just ordered so I won't know how they'll fit until the new year. Hopefully 2021 is better than 2020!
I'll tell you how they fit 275s.... because they run them with a 30 profile... makes a huge difference. Search my thread having the same issues you are having.
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      02-26-2021, 10:27 PM   #180
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Update to my update

So I went to double check my install as the 10mm spacers up front was causing more rubbing. It turns out I have Smidgen amount of space between my PS4S an the strut mount. I don't have smidgen ruler so I can't give a precise measurement. I would say about 5 pieces of paper laying flat is about the size of it.

Well, since I removed the spacers I have only a slight rub when turning the wheel on the passenger side. So I'm going to try 3 mm spacers and a heat gun.



UPDATE

I received my wheels and had them ceramic coated and mounted. The rears fit with no issues but the front tires rub as I turn the wheel on the front and back of the fender liner.

I had to use a 10mm spacer (that's the smallest I had on hand) in the front because the tire was touching the front strut mount where the MP HAS spring starts.

I'm wondering how in the hell people are getting 275s to fit on front of an M3.

So I'm pondering solutions.

As with everyone else, dealing with Lyle @ Richland throughout the entire process was an absolute pleasure. Thanks for the great buying experience!

I decided to go with the Brushed Clear 19" on my 2018 M3 lowered on MP HAS:

19x9.5" et23 265/35/19
19x11" et38 305/30/19

I just ordered so I won't know how they'll fit until the new year. Hopefully 2021 is better than 2020!
I'll tell you how they fit 275s.... because they run them with a 30 profile... makes a huge difference. Search my thread having the same issues you are having.
erictrainer thanks for the insight from your previous thread. I guess my initial search parameters were lacking.

I went with the heat gun method and reshaped the fender liners. I taped the sections where the tires rubbed and drove it for 30 miles. When I checked for rubbing the tape didn't have blemish. So I think I sorted the fender for the moment.
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      03-05-2021, 04:39 PM   #181
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Got mine delivered today. Thanks again to Lyle and Richland Forged. The quality of these is unreal, and y'all have been a pleasure to deal with! Can't wait to get them on


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Those look amazing! I would of purchased these instead of the DSPEC from Richland Forged if they had offered the 20x11 ET44 in the rear. Enjoy your new wheels.

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Question, lining up to get get some. Color is my sticking point. Satin Black, Satin Titanium or Piano Black.

Is the Satin Titanium kind of like the Space Gray of Apple MacBooks?
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Question, lining up to get get some. Color is my sticking point. Satin Black, Satin Titanium or Piano Black.

Is the Satin Titanium kind of like the Space Gray of Apple MacBooks?
The pictures I just posted a couple posts ago of my wheels are Satin Titanium if that helps any.
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Yes, helps to have the black furniture to see how dark they are. If they are like my space grey Apple stuff, I can hold it up to my car to see how it looks.
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The pictures I just posted a couple posts ago of my wheels are Satin Titanium if that helps any.
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Yes, helps to have the black furniture to see how dark they are. If they are like my space grey Apple stuff, I can hold it up to my car to see how it looks.
Question to folks who got these wheels:

Rockshaker
I know that that's the setup you chose.
You had rubbing lowered with MPHAS. Wanted your thoughts if you think they would rub on stock ZCP suspension?

On the MPHAS: Did you try raising the suspension to minimize the drop and solve the rubbing?

F: 265/35/19 R: 305/30/19
Wheels would be:
F: 19x9.5 ET25 R: 19x11 ET38

Thanks in advance!
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Hyper Silver
F: 20x9.5, +22, 275/30 MP4S
R: 20x10.5, +35, 295/30 MP4S

Car on Bilstein B6 + Eibach V1 springs. No rubbing.
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Yes, helps to have the black furniture to see how dark they are. If they are like my space grey Apple stuff, I can hold it up to my car to see how it looks.
Question to folks who got these wheels:

Rockshaker
I know that that's the setup you chose.
You had rubbing lowered with MPHAS. Wanted your thoughts if you think they would rub on stock ZCP suspension?

On the MPHAS: Did you try raising the suspension to minimize the drop and solve the rubbing?

F: 265/35/19 R: 305/30/19
Wheels would be:
F: 19x9.5 ET25 R: 19x11 ET38

Thanks in advance!
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Yes, helps to have the black furniture to see how dark they are. If they are like my space grey Apple stuff, I can hold it up to my car to see how it looks.
Question to folks who got these wheels:

Rockshaker
I know that that's the setup you chose.
You had rubbing lowered with MPHAS. Wanted your thoughts if you think they would rub on stock ZCP suspension?

On the MPHAS: Did you try raising the suspension to minimize the drop and solve the rubbing?

F: 265/35/19 R: 305/30/19
Wheels would be:
F: 19x9.5 ET25 R: 19x11 ET38

Thanks in advance!
CT_M3

I solved my rubbing issue by using a heat gun to reshape the fender liner. The PS4S is a tall tire and raising the suspension wouldn't solve the rubbing. I was rubbing on the lower front & back of the fender liner where it sticks out at a 1/4 turn of the steering wheel. I also installed 3mm spacers to move my tire away from the strut perch.

I'm not sure if it will rub on the stock suspension but I've read folks are running 265s up front without issues. I may have gotten some tires made on a Monday or Friday that got through QC.
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