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      01-05-2013, 06:41 AM   #1
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help on tyre sizes

will a 9.5 inch rear rim take a 275/30/19 and will it fit e92 without rolling arches thanks

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will a 9.5 inch rear rim take a 275/30/29 and will it fit e92 without rolling arches thanks
I take it you mean a 275/30/19 Jeff?

The deciding factor will be the offset of the wheel,if it's no lower than ET35,than yes,they will fit with no body modifications.

Vredestein Ultrac sessanta's on a 9.5J wheel with an offset of ET35,running Bilstein coilovers:



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many thanks for the info Ian (didn't spot the 29) I don't think that would have fitted!
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As Ian has answered everything, on a side note to your first question. I was inspired to run a 285/30/19 on a 9.5j as that's standard fitment on and AMG black edition. Ran it with no probs.

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I take it you mean a 275/30/19 Jeff?

The deciding factor will be the offset of the wheel,if it's no lower than ET35,than yes,they will fit with no body modifications.

Vredestein Ultrac sessanta's on a 9.5J wheel with an offset of ET35,running Bilstein coilovers:



What wheels are they hotcoupe? Love the look of them And I'm in urgent need of new wheels.
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What wheels are they hotcoupe? Love the look of them And I'm in urgent need of new wheels.
Alufelgen SF-71's,imported from the States.

Try Chris CMwheels,sponsor on here,he doesn't do the above,but has similar:

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=780331
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