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      04-03-2012, 05:03 PM   #1
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Will it rub?

Was thinking of buying some vmr off a local guy, however I was wondering if I would have a problem with the rears.
Rear rims are 19 by 9.5 et33 with 275/30-19 ( continental dws)

E92 335i with sports package, car is NOT lowered.
Will it rub?

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Thank you, i did search however some people said on the e90 its no prob but on the coupe that it might rub on bumps?
Is anyone running this set up on the coupe with stock sport suspension?
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Thank you, i did search however some people said on the e90 its no prob but on the coupe that it might rub on bumps?
Is anyone running this set up on the coupe with stock sport suspension?
I am running similar stuff right now mine is 19 x 10 38 mm 275/30/19 still got tones of space on my e92,
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I am running similar stuff right now mine is 19 x 10 38 mm 275/30/19 still got tones of space on my e92,
Alright thank you, However because your car is xi, it sits slighty higher than mine, so I might have an issue?
Anyone 335i with sports pack running the set up mentioned above?
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Alright thank you, However because your car is xi, it sits slighty higher than mine, so I might have an issue?
Anyone 335i with sports pack running the set up mentioned above?
I have coil overs and about 1.5 inch drop so I am sure you still won't have any issue
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Guys I need to know for sure before I buy the rims and tires off this guy.
Im an e92 335i(rwd) sports package.
Will a 275/30-19 on 19x9.5 et33 fit or will I need fenders rolled?
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I have coil overs and about 1.5 inch drop so I am sure you still won't have any issue
Alright thank you,
Worst case scenario Ill have my fenders rolled, but hopefully it doesnt rub.
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Alright thank you,
Worst case scenario Ill have my fenders rolled, but hopefully it doesnt rub.
Stock suspension you shouldn't have any problems at all friend. Enjoy the new wheels!
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275 et33 won't rub even without fender roll, lowered on H&R Race. you can go up to et30 then you might rub when going over bumps.
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You'll be fine with the 19x9.5 ET33 with a 275/30/19 in the rear on stock height.
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Ok so the rims are on and look great but with 2 prople in the back seats on the highway, when I went over a dip I did hear it rub a bit.
Now Im wondering if a simple fender roll will completely fix this?
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u sure it rubs?

or u sure the rim is et33?

my ride is as low as no finger gap. 19x9.5 with et33 , i dont rub ...

i dont remember but i think i didn't really adjust my camber.
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Sounds like a slight roll should fix the problem.


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u sure it rubs?

or u sure the rim is et33?

my ride is as low as no finger gap. 19x9.5 with et33 , i dont rub ...

i dont remember but i think i didn't really adjust my camber.
What sized tire do you have?
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