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      04-23-2012, 04:37 AM   #1
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What tyres to get and where?

Hey guys, after failing to sell my m3 rims i've decided to paint them matt black and put them on my car. But after many contradictory comments about the fitment, i just want to know. Will they fit? Scrub or no scrub?

The rim sizes are;
Front: 19X8.5 + 29
Rear: 19x9.5 + 23

Keep in mind that my car is at stock height and i have no plans on lowering.

2nd question is, what tyres? And any recommended places in sydney?
I m tempted to get PSS but i thnk they might be abit out of my budget..
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      04-23-2012, 04:45 AM   #2
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Sorry can't help with fitment.

But for tyres tirerack.com is your friend
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      04-23-2012, 04:49 AM   #3
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Get PSS from tirerack done.
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how much do they charge for delivery?
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      04-23-2012, 05:02 AM   #5
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Also try Supreme Power, they seemed cheaper than Tire rack when I last checked.
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Hey guys, after failing to sell my m3 rims i've decided to paint them matt black and put them on my car. But after many contradictory comments about the fitment, i just want to know. Will they fit? Scrub or no scrub?

The rim sizes are;
Front: 19X8.5 + 29
Rear: 19x9.5 + 23

Keep in mind that my car is at stock height and i have no plans on lowering.

2nd question is, what tyres? And any recommended places in sydney?
I m tempted to get PSS but i thnk they might be abit out of my budget..
Check the figment from what I have been told you will need to roll the fenders and trim the liners to fit them or run 245 on the rear. Better off selling them !!
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Hey guys, after failing to sell my m3 rims i've decided to paint them matt black and put them on my car. But after many contradictory comments about the fitment, i just want to know. Will they fit? Scrub or no scrub?

The rim sizes are;
Front: 19X8.5 + 29
Rear: 19x9.5 + 23

Keep in mind that my car is at stock height and i have no plans on lowering.

2nd question is, what tyres? And any recommended places in sydney?
I m tempted to get PSS but i thnk they might be abit out of my budget..
Hey I cant help but give my 2 cents - You should consider gloss black - they look way better than matt black imo. Just look look at all the performance models that are in the market now, most are going to gloss black
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Hey I cant help but give my 2 cents - You should consider gloss black - they look way better than matt black imo. Just look look at all the performance models that are in the market now, most are going to gloss black
Thanks, i will take it into consideration

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Check the figment from what I have been told you will need to roll the fenders and trim the liners to fit them or run 245 on the rear. Better off selling them !!
I don't mind rolling my fenders, i will probably go with 245 and add abit of camber..
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These guys have really good specials every now and then. They're based in Sydney (but they deliver to Melbourne as well for those interested).

http://www.talebtyres.com.au/
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These guys have really good specials every now and then. They're based in Sydney (but they deliver to Melbourne as well for those interested).

http://www.talebtyres.com.au/
Yea i heard taleb tyres have great wheel n tyre packages, thanks for the recommendation
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So today i test fitted the rear wheels and they look perfectly fine... Sits well inside the guard..
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