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      04-08-2012, 07:20 PM   #1
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Tire size help !! Iss forged

Happy Easter guys !!! Well my wheels are getting built by Iss forged. I'm doing a 20x10.5 rear et 32 on an e90 LCi should I put a 255/30/20 or a 255/35/20 ? I test fit a 255/30 and had no issues stock fenders not rolled yet.
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255/30 for sure.

a 255/35 depending on brand will be too tall especially on a 20in wheel. you might rub on dips with stock sport suspension; and once you lower the car you most definitely will rub until you roll your fenders.
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255/30 for sure.

a 255/35 depending on brand will be too tall especially on a 20in wheel. you might rub on dips with stock sport suspension; and once you lower the car you most definitely will rub until you roll your fenders.
I'm on coils , getting falken 452. Thanks for the info. Just checked specs on the 255 35 And yea too tall
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technically the 255/30 is to tall for the rear to...but I had the 255/30 tires and I was really close to your rear sizing, I had 10.5(+30) with -3 degrees of camber I ran that with no problem. If that helps
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