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      12-01-2012, 05:17 PM   #1
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Wheels and tire question !!

Am geting Morr wheels for a 335 xi coupe 09.
- Front : 19 x 8.5"
- Rear : 19 x 10.0"

Am also going to to do the H and R sport springs.
He told me to get 235/35/19 for front and the rear 235/35/19

What do you guys think that a fine setup. And which tires do you recommend i should use. Thanks.
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Am geting Morr wheels for a 335 xi coupe 09.
- Front : 19 x 8.5"
- Rear : 19 x 10.0"

Am also going to to do the H and R sport springs.
He told me to get 235/35/19 for front and the rear 235/35/19

What do you guys think that a fine setup. And which tires do you recommend i should use. Thanks.
Do you want a square or staggered setup?

235/35/19 is going to looked very stretched on a 10.0" wheel and is taller than it should be. With a 10.0" wheel people generally run 265/30/19 or 275/30/19. However, if you want a square setup then that's not going to work in the front.

For summer tires take a look at the Michelin PS2, Conti DW and Hankook V12's.
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I had 20 x 10 in the rear with 275/35/20 and it rubbed bad enought to cut my sidewall completely down, I would definitely go with 265 even tho it might be a little different on 19. I was lowered on st coils also..
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I had 20 x 10 in the rear with 275/35/20 and it rubbed bad enought to cut my sidewall completely down, I would definitely go with 265 even tho it might be a little different on 19. I was lowered on st coils also..
275/35/20 is WAYYYY oversized. Did you mean 275/25/20?

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What is the right setup so I don't rub or everything. Also doing the h and r springs.
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