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      02-23-2012, 02:34 PM   #1
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19x10.5 rear

will 10.5 in the back work on a XI. Im currently on m6 rep with 8.5 and 9.5

want to get 19x9 ET 28 (front) 19x10.5 ET 28 (rear)
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I think you'll be rubbing if your fenders aren't rolled. Are you running stock suspension or lowered?
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Im running kw v3 and they are slammed in the rear.
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i ran 19x10.5 32 offset with 275/30/19 lowered on Eibach's before. Rubbed slightly but nothing a slight fender roll couldn't fix!
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i ran 19x10.5 32 offset with 275/30/19 lowered on Eibach's before. Rubbed slightly but nothing a slight fender roll couldn't fix!
do you think i can run a 265/30/19 in the rear with 10.5 and how did the awd system take it
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The general rule is to keep the rolling diameters of the font and rear tires within 1% of each other.

But I'm not 100% convinced this is a mandatory guideline. For starters, BMW provided Canada spec models with a staggered option from the factory on XI models. Also, the transfer case has a multi-clutch setup that should match different speeds.
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From my experience, most people with AWD prefer running a square setup versus a staggered. Something to consider.

A 10.5 should fit with a fender roll and/or pull with a 265 or 275. Be sure to post pictures once you're done. Good luck!
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bump, im about to get a set of 19x9 ET 28 (front) 19x10.5 ET 28 (rear)
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225/35 F @ -.85
255/30 R @ -2.4 w/roll

.7 % difference

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225/35 F @ -.85
255/30 R @ -2.4 w/roll

.7 % difference

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iirc v3's dont cum with front camber plates. Remove the pin to gain -.3 front camber (just taking rubbing precautions) total -.85 fronts.

max out the rear camber at -2.4

dont worry about your xi trans being youre under the 1% rule (.7% difference front n rear tire rolling diameter).

255.30 will be an easy fit with a nice rolled fender.
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So if I buy a set of OEM style 95's which I believe have an offset of 24 would I have to but camber plates also and max it out? Was thinking about running 235/35/19 in the front and 265/30/19 in the rear
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iirc v3's dont cum with front camber plates. Remove the pin to gain -.3 front camber (just taking rubbing precautions) total -.85 fronts.

max out the rear camber at -2.4

dont worry about your xi trans being youre under the 1% rule (.7% difference front n rear tire rolling diameter).

255.30 will be an easy fit with a nice rolled fender.
StrechNPoke has got it down to science yo.
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running 10 will give you rubbing, depends on drop also. DO roll your fenders, you will notice a world of a difference immediately
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So if I buy a set of OEM style 95's which I believe have an offset of 24 would I have to but camber plates also and max it out? Was thinking about running 235/35/19 in the front and 265/30/19 in the rear
running this w. no problem on vossens ; just roll fenders
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running 10 will give you rubbing, depends on drop also. DO roll your fenders, you will notice a world of a difference immediately
I'm just going to drop on H&R sports with stock shocks an struts for now. I'll definitely look into rolling fenders now because I don't want to be rubbing all the time
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