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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
I was talking about getting 18"s with Bobby from Tunerworks and gauranteed me that 18"s would rub even if i lowered the car. He said fender rolling wasnt nessesary even though i was gonna be running 18x9"s in the rear. So after hearing your prob, i might just go with 17"s after all.
You can roll your fenders two ways: Tirerack sells the tool to do it correctly for $300 or you could do the old "bat between tire & fender" gig. I'ld opt for the first personally. (maybe try to rent one - where? I haven't a clue)
You cna get your fenders rolled professionally for $50 a fender. No need to buy the tool unless you want to rent it out. My buddy did the metal bar rolling method for both his cars. He was 7 for 8. One fender had the paint crack. thats the main risk