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      06-09-2007, 10:29 PM   #1
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Widest tire on 19 x 10 rear on 335 coupe?

Looking at 19 x 10 rear offset 35. Do I use a 265 30 19 or a 275 30 19?
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      06-10-2007, 12:02 AM   #2
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the 275's would be nice
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275's fit perfectly
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275 for sure, 265 is going to have that stretched looked which is no good, its lame.
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Thanks to all!

The fronts are 19 x 8.5.

Do I use a 235 35 19?

Any recommendations for tires?
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Thanks to all!

The fronts are 19 x 8.5.

Do I use a 235 35 19?

Any recommendations for tires?
You can run 235's or 245's. It just depends on the offset of your wheels and if youre lowered or not because you will rub.
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The fronts are 19 x 8.5 offset 35

235 35 19 ???
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shit!!! i've got 18x9 at the rear of my E46 Coupe and i have 225 40!!!
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      06-12-2007, 05:06 PM   #11
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If I have:

19 x 8.5 ET 35 front

Do I go 235/35/19? Can I go 245/35/19?

19 x 10 ET 35 rear

Do I go 275/30/19? Can I go 275/35/19?

I do not plan on lowering the car.

Thanks,

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