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      01-04-2013, 02:49 PM   #1
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Talking 19x9.5 front et 20 19x10.5 et 22 rear on e92 (335i)

Wondering if any one can help me out. Will 19x9.5 front et 20, 19x10.5 et 22 rear will work on a e92 non-m. I'm lowered on H&R sport. Thanks!!!
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Yes!

The pics are gone from the thread but he was running 19x10+22/19x10.5+16: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=606915

And here's an earlier setup he was running: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=358048

Going to need a good stretchy tire though.
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      01-07-2013, 12:32 PM   #3
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your rim will poke 11mm in the front and 9mm in the rear...I say run 235/35 and 265/30 in the rear, nice roll, and you SHOULD be good. You could also add FK bumpstops if you are rubbing a little in the rear, or just add like .5 degree of camber in the rear.
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This ^^^

It will fit fine dude
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your rim will poke 11mm in the front and 9mm in the rear...I say run 235/35 and 265/30 in the rear, nice roll, and you SHOULD be good. You could also add FK bumpstops if you are rubbing a little in the rear, or just add like .5 degree of camber in the rear.
Thanks guys for taking the time and helping me with this.
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is it possible to run this set up with a proper tire in the back? I.E. 295/30/19 with fender rolling?
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is it possible to run this set up with a proper tire in the back? I.E. 295/30/19 with fender rolling?

NO >:} 10.5 ET 40+
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sure you can, just raise the rear and leave about a 3 inch gap.
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is it possible to run this set up with a proper tire in the back? I.E. 295/30/19 with fender rolling?
sure you can, just raise the rear and leave about a 3 inch gap.
I would do this it will look great. Make sure to raise the front as well to get the proper look :
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I would do this it will look great. Make sure to raise the front as well to get the proper look :
ahhah you feel me now dev? over and over it gets soo ridiculous. cant help it
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I assume you guys have the geometry numbers kicking around, right? It would be chill to just have a spreadsheet to refer to X]
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ahhah you feel me now dev? over and over it gets soo ridiculous. cant help it


Yeah yeah it just never ends around here. More fun joining lol
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no its all in our heads, while everyone else searching the forum about tunes/fmic/meth/e85 with oil leaks/mil lights/ninja codes and rough idles the rest of us are into aesthetics. we actually throw on wider wheels while messing with spacers/tires/suspension to find what works and doesnt. theres more to cars than making them fast and recording a speed competition on the highway and posting them on youtube.
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no its all in our heads, while everyone else searching the forum about tunes/fmic/meth/e85 with oil leaks/mil lights/ninja codes and rough idles the rest of us are into aesthetics. we actually throw on wider wheels while messing with spacers/tires/suspension to find what works and doesnt. theres more to cars than making them fast and recording a speed competition on the highway and posting them on youtube.
well said


Now where is my spread sheet with all my figures
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Well shit I wasn't minimizing fitment cognoscenti... Just wondering about 'the process.' Hell if we didn't think it was important we wouldn't be asking, right?
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no its all in our heads, while everyone else searching the forum about tunes/fmic/meth/e85 with oil leaks/mil lights/ninja codes and rough idles the rest of us are into aesthetics. we actually throw on wider wheels while messing with spacers/tires/suspension to find what works and doesnt. theres more to cars than making them fast and recording a speed competition on the highway and posting them on youtube.
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no its all in our heads, while everyone else searching the forum about tunes/fmic/meth/e85 with oil leaks/mil lights/ninja codes and rough idles the rest of us are into aesthetics. we actually throw on wider wheels while messing with spacers/tires/suspension to find what works and doesnt. theres more to cars than making them fast and recording a speed competition on the highway and posting them on youtube.
then why does the rear wheel on your profile pic look so fugly with all that research? .
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no its all in our heads, while everyone else searching the forum about tunes/fmic/meth/e85 with oil leaks/mil lights/ninja codes and rough idles the rest of us are into aesthetics. we actually throw on wider wheels while messing with spacers/tires/suspension to find what works and doesnt. theres more to cars than making them fast and recording a speed competition on the highway and posting them on youtube.
then why does the rear wheel on your profile pic look so fugly with all that research? .
Haha. Really. Please describe what you mean by fugly bud
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