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      08-23-2012, 08:37 AM   #1
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About to pick up some Apex Arc 8's

Front - 18x8.5 38mm
Rear - 18x9.5 35mm

I'll be living in Alabama so I don't need any all season tires. Not going to be tracking. Some good DD tires with a bit of width/quietness.



Thanks for the help in advance
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About to pick up some Apex Arc 8's

Front - 18x8.5 38mm
Rear - 18x9.5 35mm


Thanks for the help in advance
Depends what you want. Aggressive wheels with little tyre stretch or track setup with wide tyres.
Here is my apex arc8 9.5 allround.Its E90 thought.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=732577
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About to pick up some Apex Arc 8's

Front - 18x8.5 38mm
Rear - 18x9.5 35mm

I'll be living in Alabama so I don't need any all season tires. Not going to be tracking. Some good DD tires with a bit of width/quietness.



Thanks for the help in advance
The sizes you have listed are the direct fitment for Pre LCI E9x's with a 235/40/18 front tire and a 265/35/18 rear tire. If your car is an LCI, because of an 8mm wider track width you will need to roll your rear fenders slightly to get the 265/35/18 tires to fit. I see in your avatar that you have a 2010 335i and that was right in the middle of the crossover so I can't give a complete recommendation at this time.
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The sizes you have listed are the direct fitment for Pre LCI E9x's with a 235/40/18 front tire and a 265/35/18 rear tire. If your car is an LCI, because of an 8mm wider track width you will need to roll your rear fenders slightly to get the 265/35/18 tires to fit. I see in your avatar that you have a 2010 335i and that was right in the middle of the crossover so I can't give a complete recommendation at this time.
Mine is pre-LCI.
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Mine is pre-LCI.
Great! The original fitment recommendations of 18x8.5" ET38 with a 235/40/18 front tire and and 18x9.5" ET35 with a 265/35/18 rear tire would work really well on your car. This fitment would not require spacers or fender rolling.
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Great! The original fitment recommendations of 18x8.5" ET38 with a 235/40/18 front tire and and 18x9.5" ET35 with a 265/35/18 rear tire would work really well on your car. This fitment would not require spacers or fender rolling.
Awesome, thanks for the information. I will be ordering a set of these boys asap!
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