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      11-17-2012, 04:24 PM   #1
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19x9.5 et 23 fits front?

I have an e92 and was wondering if 19x9.5 et23 will fit the front on our cars?
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I have e90 lci et20 with 235/35 tire 9" width
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I have an e92 and was wondering if 19x9.5 et23 will fit the front on our cars?
If you don't like turning or taking bumps. You will break the plastic Fenders on E92's. I broke a fender with 19x9 ET 30, but i was lowered.
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It'll fit. I'm running 9.5+22 245/35, but it's really aggressive LOL but it fits
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Here is few examples
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Huh, I have the same question, but with an 18" wheels, and 255 tire. Seems like it would work out about the same.
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I run 9.5" et19 with 225/40 lowered, no problems.
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Huh, I have the same question, but with an 18" wheels, and 255 tire. Seems like it would work out about the same.
255 won't fit
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I run 9.5" et19 with 225/40 lowered, no problems.

255 won't fit
Are you sure, because I am also running only an 18" rim with 255/35/18 tires. Seems like the other guys are having no problem with the 245 tire on a 19 rim. Isn't that essentially about the same, or actually even a little bit less?
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Are you sure, because I am also running only an 18" rim with 255/35/18 tires. Seems like the other guys are having no problem with the 245 tire on a 19 rim. Isn't that essentially about the same, or actually even a little bit less?
What?

255/35 on 18x9.5" et23 front will definitely rub if lowered and not cambered.
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255/35 on 18x9.5" et23 front will definitely rub if lowered and not cambered.
Doesn't only having an 18" rim give me more room though? Plus, I will be running Bilstien coilovers, so they are nice and firm but still ride great. I can get a smaller tire, thats no problem, or rolling the fenders is also only a few hours out of my day. Where are you thinking it will rub? On the top or sides of the fender well? Like I said, I can get new tires for the front, what would you recommend? Im thinkin 245 or maybe 235, but I really don't like the stretched look at all.
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Will 17x8.5 et25 fit up front on 245s?
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Doesn't only having an 18" rim give me more room though? Plus, I will be running Bilstien coilovers, so they are nice and firm but still ride great. I can get a smaller tire, thats no problem, or rolling the fenders is also only a few hours out of my day. Where are you thinking it will rub? On the top or sides of the fender well? Like I said, I can get new tires for the front, what would you recommend? Im thinkin 245 or maybe 235, but I really don't like the stretched look at all.
It doesn't matter if you have a 18" or 19" wheel... the overall rolling diameter of the tire is nearly the same because you use a different aspect ratio.
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It doesn't matter if you have a 18" or 19" wheel... the overall rolling diameter of the tire is nearly the same because you use a different aspect ratio.
I would think that minus one inch of wheel would be like minus about 12 or so mm of "aspect ratio" Though I really have no idea what I am talking about. I think that with a 235 tire I will have no problem either way. Do you agree?
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Go with the aggressive look, you will not be disappointed. 235 or 245/35/19.

I have stretched 225s on a 9.5. The work fine without going flat due to bad roads.
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