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      10-10-2012, 07:18 PM   #1
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Alufelgen SF-71 and rubbing issue 265/30/19

I have the SF-71 wheels model installed on my 2009 335i and I'm having rubbing issues. I haven't modified my suspension or lowered my car but the rear tires are rubbing even after a fender rolling job. I have them with the following tire size: 235/35/19 and 265/30/19, wheels offset is 35mm.

Does anyone have any idea how I can solve this issue?

I will really appreciate your advice.

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      10-10-2012, 07:47 PM   #2
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What are the sizes, widths and offsets of the rims? my first guess is maybe they are m3 fitment.
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      10-11-2012, 12:09 AM   #3
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Wierd b/c I have the same exact setup and no rubbing. I have a 07 335i sports suspension and have had a car full with no rubbing issues.
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sounds weird as hell, i have them as well with 10mm spacers, H&R lowering springs no issues at all , you may want to try the conti tires ....the walls are rounded
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OP, I have the SF71's with the same tire sizes. I am lowered on ST coils, tires lining up with the fender, and a fender roll. I am no where near any rubbing issues. I am planning on even adding 5mm spacers in the front and 10mm spacers in the rear.

Are you sure your offsets are 35+ ? Could be that you have 20+ offset
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OP, I have the SF71's with the same tire sizes. I am lowered on ST coils, tires lining up with the fender, and a fender roll. I am no where near any rubbing issues. I am planning on even adding 5mm spacers in the front and 10mm spacers in the rear.

Are you sure your offsets are 35+ ? Could be that you have 20+ offset
agreed. your offset has to be the M offsets
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      10-12-2012, 10:15 PM   #7
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i had these on my 07 335i lowered on eibach and never had issues, even considered getting spacers. i am not sure how you are having issues, do you have pics of the rear?
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Aren't the LCI's slightly skinnier in the rear? Could be the issue.
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      02-20-2013, 10:52 PM   #9
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Alufelgen told me the offset was 35 on the wheels and im still having the issue. I will post pictures soon.
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      02-21-2013, 12:15 PM   #10
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Curious to see pics as well. I'm waiting for them to release a 19x10 for my rears before I order a set.
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are you rubbing on the inside or the outside of the tire?
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That is weird. I have the same tire sizes on my LCI and no rubbing. The only time I ever rub is when I back up and fully turn my steering wheel the front tires have some very minor rubbing. Other than that I never rub not even when I hit a bump. What kind of tires did you get?
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Have u tried getting a wheel alignment......
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The car was aligned right after installing the new tires. They told me that it was on the limit. Is there an specific measure that you can provide me ?
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That is weird. I have the same tire sizes on my LCI and no rubbing. The only time I ever rub is when I back up and fully turn my steering wheel the front tires have some very minor rubbing. Other than that I never rub not even when I hit a bump. What kind of tires did you get?

The ones that I have are hankooks v'12's
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The ones that I have are hankooks v'12's
with the offsets and tire sizes you shouldn't be rubbing
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You should take another look. It may be that after you rolled the rear fenders the lining has bubbled out. I run Michelin's with the same set up and because of the squareness to their walls, I do get rubbing from time to time but it is not on the fender but rather the liner which has bowed slightly from being rolled. You won't have this problem with Hankook or Conti's as their walls are rounded.
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You need to lift that bimmer..........problem solved
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Aren't the LCI's slightly skinnier in the rear? Could be the issue.
I have an LCI e92 and I run VMR VB3's in the back at 19x10 with 275's WITH a 5mm spacer and slammed .... sure, fenders are rolled... but no rubbing. Tires and offset certainly are a factor. I run Hankook Ventus V12's.
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