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      12-04-2012, 02:46 PM   #1
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Can I run a square setup - 19x10 et20 5x120 with 265/30 19

Can I run a square setup w/ 19x10 et20 5x120 with 265/30/19 on a 2007 e92 335i Coupe? I am lowered on eibach pro street coilovers. Thanks!
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That's too big for the front, not sure if it's possible or not though, you'd probably need to have some work done up front.
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i think the m3s can only run 10s square with 265s
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      12-04-2012, 04:34 PM   #4
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you'll crack your front plastic fenders.
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19x9 is about as wide as you can go square. You might get away with a 245/35-19.
A 10" wheel upfront is way to big. I have 19x8.5 with +35 offsets. You might be able to go 19x9 with +35 front and rear. I know the rears will fit. Not sure about the fronts.

I'm running 19x8.5 with 235/35 in the front and 19x9.5 with 275/30 in the rear.
So a 19x9 might work for you.
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I have done a research here because I am planning to go square setup of 10J.
I'm running e91 pre-lci and I'm going for 225/35 r19 10J et 22 up front.
Yes I'm running coilovers but no caber kit where my leak point is.
It is possible and i know it. I hate some people up here because of telling misleading information.

Here is 10J up front
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=753346

And there was some somewhere here:
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...=411052&page=2
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Yes, its possible to run 10 inch wide at front, but not with 265/30/19

Project335i has 18x10 front on his awesome car.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=751657
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Yes, its possible to run 10 inch wide at front, but not with 265/30/19

Project335i has 18x10 front on his awesome car.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=751657

Thanks btw^^

Yes sir you can run a 245/30 on a 10 upfront offset lower the 20 btw, with only 1.2 of camber up front and front fenders only were folded

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I have done a research here because I am planning to go square setup of 10J.
I'm running e91 pre-lci and I'm going for 225/35 r19 10J et 22 up front.
Yes I'm running coilovers but no caber kit where my leak point is.
It is possible and i know it. I hate some people up here because of telling misleading information.

Here is 10J up front
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=753346

And there was some somewhere here:
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...=411052&page=2
He wanted to know if he could fit a 265 on a 10 up front.
I know a 19x9 will fit. An i only speak from my experiences.
A 10 might well fit but there was nothing misleading.

So a 10" wide wheel with a 235 or 245 is about the max.
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its not so much the wheel width that's an issue, it's that 265 tire. you put that on your lowered e92 and it will crack your plastic fenders (e92 is plastic).

like a majority of these fitment questions, there's more to it than simply the wheel width, wheel offset, tire size, suspension, camber. it's the combination of everything that will determine if something will work or not.
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He wanted to know if he could fit a 265 on a 10 up front.
I know a 19x9 will fit. An i only speak from my experiences.
A 10 might well fit but there was nothing misleading.

So a 10" wide wheel with a 235 or 245 is about the max.
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its not so much the wheel width that's an issue, it's that 265 tire. you put that on your lowered e92 and it will crack your plastic fenders (e92 is plastic).

like a majority of these fitment questions, there's more to it than simply the wheel width, wheel offset, tire size, suspension, camber. it's the combination of everything that will determine if something will work or not.
Dead on there, alot of factors need to be determined when it comes to the proper fitment and what you can and can not fit
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I ran 18x10" et25 front with 235/40.. no problem. 265 is not happening without M3 fenders.
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Can I run a square setup w/ 19x10 et20 5x120 with 265/30/19 on a 2007 e92 335i Coupe? I am lowered on eibach pro street coilovers. Thanks!
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