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      06-26-2012, 01:08 PM   #23
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Thanks man, i love them. BC Forged wheels, FJ34 in brushed black with a polished lip. 18lbs Front, 19lbs rear.
Those are not cheap lol!! That is a light rim!!
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I recommend going a 235/35, 265/30. 275's are a bit too large for a x9 wheel in my opinion.
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I recommend going a 235/35, 265/30. 275's are a bit too large for a x9 wheel in my opinion.
Awesome!!! My buddy has a set of your wheels...great looking wheel.
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I ordered 225/35/19 & 265/30/19 F/R respectively. I'll keep the 5mm/10mm spacers on there as well.
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Considering I'm running 255 RS3's up front on an LCI e92, the answer to your question is Yes.
I didn't know the LCI fenders were different. What are the differended w.r.t. wheel fit?
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I ordered 225/35/19 & 265/30/19 F/R respectively. I'll keep the 5mm/10mm spacers on there as well.


I didn't know the LCI fenders were different. What are the differended w.r.t. wheel fit?
Only on e90/91. Wider track in the rear by 8mm in each side.
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Only on e90/91. Wider track in the rear by 8mm in each side.
Did the fenders get pulled-out 8mm as well?
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Did the fenders get pulled-out 8mm as well?
No.
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I ordered 225/35/19 & 265/30/19 F/R respectively. I'll keep the 5mm/10mm spacers on there as well.
All done. Tires hook GREAT! Even with LSD I could spin during a 3rd gear roll-on (to the point where the car would rotate). Now, the tires don't spin at all outside of first gear (which is still only moderate).

Fit is good. With a passenger and stuff in the trunk (spare tires) it rubbed on big bumps in the rear (19X9 with 10mm spacers). I'll roll the fenders tomorrow to eliminate that.
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All done. Tires hook GREAT! Even with LSD I could spin during a 3rd gear roll-on (to the point where the car would rotate). Now, the tires don't spin at all outside of first gear (which is still only moderate).

Fit is good. With a passenger and stuff in the trunk (spare tires) it rubbed on big bumps in the rear (19X9 with 10mm spacers). I'll roll the fenders tomorrow to eliminate that.
All I can say is congrats man...I have the same tires on the way with LC 818. 19 X 8.5 and 19 X 10
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All done. Tires hook GREAT! Even with LSD I could spin during a 3rd gear roll-on (to the point where the car would rotate). Now, the tires don't spin at all outside of first gear (which is still only moderate).

Fit is good. With a passenger and stuff in the trunk (spare tires) it rubbed on big bumps in the rear (19X9 with 10mm spacers). I'll roll the fenders tomorrow to eliminate that.
Nice!! What wheels are those?? 313's?? OEM?

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Nice!! What wheels are those?? 313's?? OEM?

OEM 225M.
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I have 225M wheels on my E92 (Msport). Wheels are 19x9 ET 39 (googled ET, didn't verify). I currently have 265/30/19 (Hankooks) with a 10mm rear spacer.

I'm going with pilot SS in the rear, but found that the 275/30/19 are actually cheaper than the 265/30/19s. I know the PSS run big, so I would like recommendation on which size to get. I'd like the keep the 10mm spacers.

Any experience/ideas are appreciated.

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I actually posted another question but with the same rim style as you. Thread here (maybe you/someone can help?) http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=717059

Dunno if you've already gotten yours but I just got 235/265 PSS on my 225M style rims tonight. I can take a pic of it tomorrow if you're still not bought.
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I ordered 225/35/19 & 265/30/19 F/R respectively. I'll keep the 5mm/10mm spacers on there as well.
All done. Tires hook GREAT! Even with LSD I could spin during a 3rd gear roll-on (to the point where the car would rotate). Now, the tires don't spin at all outside of first gear (which is still only moderate).

Fit is good. With a passenger and stuff in the trunk (spare tires) it rubbed on big bumps in the rear (19X9 with 10mm spacers). I'll roll the fenders tomorrow to eliminate that.
Oops didn't see this post. Didnt realize there was a second page.
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Anymore pics with the 265s on the rear?

Im planning on running the same setup as you but I'm not keen on rolling fenders. How badly did it rub with the 265s and 10mm?

Your car is looking great especially after the drop :P
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Anymore pics with the 265s on the rear?

Im planning on running the same setup as you but I'm not keen on rolling fenders. How badly did it rub with the 265s and 10mm?

Your car is looking great especially after the drop :P
I don't know how low I was before, but I've maxed- out the rear and made the fronts have a 0.5 finger gap on ST coilovers. I also added 10mm/12mm spacers F/R.
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I don't know how low I was before, but I've maxed- out the rear and made the fronts have a 0.5 finger gap on ST coilovers. I also added 10mm/12mm spacers F/R.
Seeing as you can't roll the front I'm guessing 10mm would be okay anyway.

How much clearance is there at the back?
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Seeing as you can't roll the front I'm guessing 10mm would be okay anyway.

How much clearance is there at the back?
New that I rolled the fenders (which slightly pulled them due to me rushing with the tool), there is plenty of clearance in the rear even with the 13mm spacers and my 275 drag radials. I could likely fit a 285 without running at this height.
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New that I rolled the fenders (which slightly pulled them due to me rushing with the tool), there is plenty of clearance in the rear even with the 13mm spacers and my 275 drag radials. I could likely fit a 285 without running at this height.
so reckon ill be able to run 265s on the 225m wheels with 12mm spacers easy hey? and no gaurd rolling
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so reckon ill be able to run 265s on the 225m wheels with 12mm spacers easy hey? and no gaurd rolling
I had to roll the fenders to get that clearance.
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You have been more than helpful...that is the look I want...tires flush with the rim is what I want.....but will a 265 get that look? My offset on my rims in the rear is a 37mm....will a 275/30ZR/19 fit with that offset with non-rolled fenders?? I will have a 8.5" rim with a 30mm offset so I guess the 235 will fit....below are the rims I am getting....can you tell me what max sized PSS I can use (I am confused lol). I hope my Yokohama "S drives" work on the rims below until I get the PSS. They are 225/35/19 (front) and 265/30/19 (back). Would you suggest 30ZR on front and back or 35ZR (front) and 30ZR (back)? Sorry for all the newbie questions but there is a lot more to rims and tires than I ever thought possible lol!!

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http://www.wheeldude.com/catalog/pro...oducts_id=6484
I have the linea corse dynas, same size and offsets, running 235/35/19, and 285/30/19 continental UHP DWS tires, no rubbing. Not lowered.
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I have the linea corse dynas, same size and offsets, running 235/35/19, and 285/30/19 continental UHP DWS tires, no rubbing. Not lowered.
wow! This was a LONG time ago....I have much different setup now with 295's.
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wow! This was a LONG time ago....I have much different setup now with 295's.
You have an e90 which has much more room.
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