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      02-24-2013, 12:56 PM   #1
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Wheel and offset question, E91 pre LCI

Hi guys!

Im about to buy some new wheels for my E91 pre LCI 2007.

The wheel and tyres im intrested in buying has this dimensions and offset:

ET 38 19x8,5, 225/35 19 in front and ET 25 19x9,5 255/30 19 rear.

I rather not do any fender work. The car is pretty low (H&R coilovers).

Today im rolling on OEM wheels M225 (ET 39 and 15mm spacers) wich makes a final ET 24 (rear). Im using 255/30 19 tyres and they dont rub at all.

What do you think?

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If your not rubbing with the spacer then you'll be fine using the same tire size and similar et.
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Forgot to write that the OEM rim is 19x9.

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If your not rubbing with the spacer then you'll be fine using the same tire size and similar et.
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Forgot to write that the OEM rim is 19x9.
you should still be good.
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Okay, thanks!

How about a 19x10 rim with 255/30 19?
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255 is a little small for 10 but should work, a 19x10 is unnecessary though so i'd stick with the 9.5
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Your new rear wheels will be pushed out 5mm towards the fenders compared to your current fitment. Do you have that much room currently on your car?
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