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      08-01-2011, 04:54 AM   #1
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would these fit 335i??

19x8.5 40 Rears are 19x10 25

they are vb3 csl would they fit on the 335i ?


rear tires are 275/30/19

front i think 245/35/19
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Will rub in the rear.
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Like very bad rub or no? Can I roll the fenders ?
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I'm not lowered
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19x8.5 40 Rears are 19x10 25

they are vb3 csl would they fit on the 335i ?


rear tires are 275/30/19

front i think 245/35/19
Fronts should be fine, but I would be careful with inside clearance with the 245's. The rears are aggressive and will require a good fender roll with 275's.

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it will work im running 19x8.5 +30 and 19x10+22 with fender roll and no rub.you might need 265 tho.Name:  pic#2.jpg
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niceeeeee!
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it will work im running 19x8.5 +30 and 19x10+22 with fender roll and no rub.you might need 265 tho.Attachment 561549
Rob is your car lowered?
What are the specs on your VB3s and Tires so they don't rub?
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      08-24-2011, 06:59 PM   #9
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not vb3s.they are m3 fit lc818 front 19x8.5 +30 with 235/35/19 rear 19x10 +22 with 265/30/19 and yes it is dropped on coilovers and rolled in the rear.
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      08-24-2011, 07:15 PM   #10
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yea i neeed to flare my fenders in the back is that possible.. it rubs in the back a liL!
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what kinda spacers should i get in the front to make it flush to fender
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      08-25-2011, 02:24 AM   #12
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not vb3s.they are m3 fit lc818 front 19x8.5 +30 with 235/35/19 rear 19x10 +22 with 265/30/19 and yes it is dropped on coilovers and rolled in the rear.
No issues in the front ? I'm running 8x19 +25 with 235/35 and tires rub on the oil cooler vent when i turn and it does not take full lock to rub. I had to pull off the vent.

My car does not sit any lower than yours btw.

Edit : just realized you have M3 bumper, maybe that is what avoids rubbing.
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