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      05-08-2012, 12:13 PM   #1
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Fitment help

Looking to pick up some advan rs 19x9 +22 19x10 +25. Will these fit in an e92? Thanks for the help.
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      05-08-2012, 01:26 PM   #3
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What tire size would I need?
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are you lowered?? If so what are you lowered on?
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Planning on getting h&r sport put on at the same time
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the fronts will sit 3mm pass the fender and the rear will sit flush. you will need to roll your fenders. I would suggest 225/35/19 fronts to really avoid rubbing, and Rears I would say 255/30/19. Your tires will be stretched with this but as mention b/c of the offsets it will help with rubbing issues
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the fronts will sit 3mm pass the fender and the rear will sit flush. you will need to roll your fenders. I would suggest 225/35/19 fronts to really avoid rubbing, and Rears I would say 255/30/19. Your tires will be stretched with this but as mention b/c of the offsets it will help with rubbing issues
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Looks like the front will be too stretched for me. Maybe I'll rethink my wheel specs lol
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You may be able to run 235 on 9" et22 if you roll and camber
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the fronts will sit 3mm pass the fender and the rear will sit flush. you will need to roll your fenders. I would suggest 225/35/19 fronts to really avoid rubbing, and Rears I would say 255/30/19. Your tires will be stretched with this but as mention b/c of the offsets it will help with rubbing issues
impressive lol

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You may be able to run 235 on 9" et22 if you roll and camber
This is plenty of info for your plan of attack.
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You may be able to run 235 on 9" et22 if you roll and camber
keep in mind he has a e92 our front fenders are plastics

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they do fit but thats for the aggressive fitments, stretch/ etc
we do a similar wheel 19x9.5 fronts and 19x10.5 rears
stretch tire for sure.
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What would be the fitment that would get flush on front and rear?
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if your looking for something general straight fit no mods, then stick to
19x8.5 35et fronts and 19x9.5 33et rears.
with this you can do just about any style of driving.
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if your looking for something general straight fit no mods, then stick to
19x8.5 35et fronts and 19x9.5 33et rears.
with this you can do just about any style of driving.
He asked for flush. That's not flush.
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