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      10-11-2011, 05:40 AM   #1
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Smile flush setup for 335i bbs lm 19"? help!

hi guys. new to the forum and needing help..

i just got a dark blue convertible 335i with full beige interior.

i want to get some new shoes and im leaning towards bbs lm 19".

im thinking 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 or 19x10 (if itll fit without major work.. maybe fender roll?!)

i have no idea what offset and the net doesnt have much info..

im thinking of running stretched tyres like 235/35 and 245/30? do u think itd be alright? im gonna run -3 camber in the rear and -2 in the front.

i want to lower the car maybe an inch but thats about it. let me know what offsets u guys have or would recommend. i dont want any rub lols. =]

im gonna put in some kw variant coils later on as well if needed to lower the car for flush look.


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      10-11-2011, 06:46 AM   #2
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10 inch in the rear will fit, 30offset will be flush but with stretch and camber like that aim for 25 and you should be fine with a guard roll.
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      10-11-2011, 05:37 PM   #4
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from what I have garnered 235 up front and 275 in the rear is the widest tire you can go without rubbing and with a fender roll I 'believe' you can add another 10mm
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If your planning on dropping from a 255 to a 245 rear tyre, you should make sure you get a very sticky tyre if you still want traction (especially if you go down the path of performance mods in the future)

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10 +25 @ -2 235/35
11 +30 @ -3 265/30

BBS offers crap specs for a flush fit
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Send me an email sales@euro-division.com and I can show you some of the wheels we have in stock.
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