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      01-22-2013, 09:42 PM   #1
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AG M359 Rubbing??

Is anyone rubbing with this setup:

F19x9 ET35, 235/35/19
R19x10 ET38, 275/30/19

? or more specifically, do you know if it will rub? im lowered as well.

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It might rub, depends on the tires.

We usually recommend the following fitment for E90/E92
- 19"x9.0" ET35mm Front 235/35/19
- 19"x10.0" ET38mm Rear 265/30/19
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      01-22-2013, 11:36 PM   #3
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if you get tires that tend to run fat/wide, like Michelin PS2/PSS, then it'll rub on dips...

- just roll your fenders
- buy legit tires (not cheapass "nankang" or "triangle" or some other bootleg company), in 265/30/19 size
- get 10mm spacers to push it out to at least 28mm offset.

it'll look a lot better than +38 nonsense, no rub, and still perform nice since you're not on skinny rears like stretched 235's or something.
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i had a feeling it might rub. however, rolling fenders is not an option. not a fan of that. i just dont want a stretched tire look.

i was considering pairing these with the ps2 like you mentioned but read a few posts with people rubbing on these since they are thicker than most. thats with the et38 rear offset though.

these ag m359's come in et25 as well, although not sure how that will look.
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Whatever tire you get, don't get Falkens... they run a little narrower... my 265/30 on the 10" is quite a stretch than my friend's Continental DW.
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Is anyone rubbing with this setup:

F19x9 ET35, 235/35/19
R19x10 ET38, 275/30/19

? or more specifically, do you know if it will rub? im lowered as well.

I have this setup and I am not rubbing at all.
Tires are general g-max AS-03 and fenders are not rolled. However, I am at stock height.
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OEM Sports height, no rub.

245/35/19 F, 19x9 ET 35
275/30/19 R, 19x10 ET 38

Tires are Conti DWS.
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run skinny tires and you shouldnt have a problem
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Good to hear. 245 up front is cutting it close.

you have any pics by any chance?

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OEM Sports height, no rub.

245/35/19 F, 19x9 ET 35
275/30/19 R, 19x10 ET 38

Tires are Conti DWS.
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I'm lowered, no fender roll, only rubs on the back right tire a tiny bit if I have people in the car and suspension fully compresses
19x8.5 et 23. 235/35/19
19x9.5 et 19. 265/30/19

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Lol, I'm trying to push the boundaries and run 255/30/19 or 265 this coming Spring, as well as fit some meaty 295s. Thinking either AD08s or Michelin Super Sports. Fender roll is already on the way.

Lemme dig through my Photobucket, I think I got some old pictures.
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however, rolling fenders is not an option. not a fan of that.
why?

a properly rolled fender lip is undetectable from the exterior, zero damage to vehicle, no safety hazard (since it doesn't do anything to the car), provides additional clearance for better fitment, and is cheap.
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why?

a properly rolled fender lip

My buddy got his fenders rolled by a supposed "professional" on his G35 coupe about two years ago. A few months ago I looked to see how the fenders were holding up. The paint was all cracked and the metal was starting to rust. Couldn't see it until you looked underneath. I understand your apprehension.
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personal preference. from the looks of it 275 rears with et38 should be fine given everyone's responses.

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why?

a properly rolled fender lip is undetectable from the exterior, zero damage to vehicle, no safety hazard (since it doesn't do anything to the car), provides additional clearance for better fitment, and is cheap.
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for awhile i thought your user name was crzyazndan, but with 255f and 295r...you are crazy!

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Lol, I'm trying to push the boundaries and run 255/30/19 or 265 this coming Spring, as well as fit some meaty 295s. Thinking either AD08s or Michelin Super Sports. Fender roll is already on the way.

Lemme dig through my Photobucket, I think I got some old pictures.
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My buddy got his fenders rolled by a supposed "professional" on his G35 coupe about two years ago. A few months ago I looked to see how the fenders were holding up. The paint was all cracked and the metal was starting to rust. Couldn't see it until you looked underneath. I understand your apprehension.
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235/35/19 , 265/30/19

Do you have pics of this set-up on an E92 ?

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It might rub, depends on the tires.

We usually recommend the following fitment for E90/E92
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personal preference. from the looks of it 275 rears with et38 should be fine given everyone's responses.
I am pretty sure 275 will work just fine if you're not lowered.
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Do you have pics of this set-up on an E92 ?

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Tire size and off set ?

Thank you for the pics. Is this set-up 235/35 and 265/30, with 9.0 width f and 35mm off-set, 10" w rear 38mm off-set ? Are the off-sets the same on an LCI (2013) ?

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My Falken 452 did not have that same look on the 10"... just make sure you don't get Falkens! lol
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general uhp's stretch easily as well.
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