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      10-18-2012, 08:17 AM   #1
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Will These Fit On A 335xdrive?

19x8.5 front and 19x10 rear +30 front and +37 rear???
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shouldn't be problem, as long as you have the right size tires.
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shouldn't be problem, as long as you have the right size tires.
thanks...after 61 views finally someone helps...what size would u recommend..
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Different tire brands/models have slightly different rolling diameter and thread width, even if size is listed as being the same. I think your wheel sizes work best with 235/35 F and 275/30 R (265/30, being another option). Whether it will rub or not depends on your ride height (is your car dropped?), on your car being an LCI or not (if sedan, can't tell from your profile) and, again, the tire brand/model.
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Different tire brands/models have slightly different rolling diameter and thread width, even if size is listed as being the same. I think your wheel sizes work best with 235/35 F and 275/30 R (265/30, being another option). Whether it will rub or not depends on your ride height (is your car dropped?), on your car being an LCI or not (if sedan, can't tell from your profile) and, again, the tire brand/model.
Thanks...the car isn't dropped yet but will roll the fender when that time comes...it's an e90 lci...
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Thanks...the car isn't dropped yet but will roll the fender when that time comes...it's an e90 lci...
You should be fine then with the options I have listed...265 in the back might be a safer option, but it might look slightly stretched.
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You should be fine then with the options I have listed...265 in the back might be a safer option, but it might look slightly stretched.
cool man thanks for the help...
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      10-19-2012, 05:37 PM   #8
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You'll be fine. I'm running 8.5" ET35 and a 12mm spacer with a 235/35 on the front, 10" ET36 with a 275/30 on the rear, no roll.

No issues. DO IT!!
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