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      11-24-2012, 02:35 AM   #1
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what size tires for 19x8.5F and 19x10R?

hey everyone, i just needed some help decided what size tires i should be running....i recently purchased linea corse lemans style wheels and wanted a set up that wasnt too aggressive but i dont want it to be like i was driving an SUV either. something that makes it seems a little lower since im on stock suspension. any feedback greatly appreciated. thanks again!
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Depends, what are the offsets? Generally i would say 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 or 275/30/19, but if the offsets are low you might need to pick smaller size.
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the offsets are- 30F, 37Rmm
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the offsets are- 30F, 37Rmm
Then you are fine with 235/35/19 front and 265/30/19 or 275/30/19

Here is some talk about tyre size for those size wheels.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=478362
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Also depends what your objective is. If you are looking for improved handling then you want to be closer to a square set up. If you are looking for the aggressive look then more rubber on the back seems to be popular.
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Then you are fine with 235/35/19 front and 265/30/19 or 275/30/19

Here is some talk about tyre size for those size wheels.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=478362
will this set up look fine on a stock suspension? i dont intend to lower the car. thanks!
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but i would like it to look lower not higher. without actually buying springs or shocks.
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will this set up look fine on a stock suspension? i dont intend to lower the car. thanks!
How high is you stock suspension? Do you have sport suspension?

Generally bigger wheels make the car look higher and the wheel gap bigger if it isn't lowered.
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will this set up look fine on a stock suspension? i dont intend to lower the car. thanks!
How high is you stock suspension? Do you have sport suspension?

Generally bigger wheels make the car look higher and the wheel gap bigger if it isn't lowered.
Yeah, I'm in sport suspension. You think It'll look strange?
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Yeah, I'm in sport suspension. You think It'll look strange?
No it will not look strange. Its not that bad, because you have sport suspension. If the car isn't lowered at all then it would look funny.
This is with sport suspension.
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No it will not look strange. Its not that bad, because you have sport suspension. If the car isn't lowered at all then it would look funny.
This is with sport suspension.
do you know the exact size of those tires? and is it on any spacers?
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Its the car from that link i posted above.

Don't know about spacers, but i doubt it has any.

The tires are Nitto Invo 235/35/19 front, 275/30/19 rear.Rear wheel is 19x10 et37 front is 19x8.5 offset unknown.

Here is some more pictures of that car

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=396734
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No it will not look strange. Its not that bad, because you have sport suspension. If the car isn't lowered at all then it would look funny.
This is with sport suspension.
This would be my car, actually just sold it last week. The wheels have the same specs and offsets as yours. No spacers! Tires were 235/35/19 & 275/30/19.
Here's a link to my selling thread with much newer pictures--> http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=771685

Back then I was running Nitto Invo tires, about a month ago replaced the Invos with Vrederstein Ultrac Sesanta tires. I highly recommend these tires, million times better than the Nittos!!!
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wow looks great! i thought that it would be too high off the ground and it would look strange. nice to see that the sport suspension is low enough to make it look good without scraping everywhere. how was the ride with those size tires and how was the handling? would love to hear back from you.
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