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      02-25-2013, 09:52 AM   #1
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Which tyres? 9.5 x 19 et35

These alloys on a 335i M Sport: http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...&product_id=82

Front - 8.5 x 19 et35
Rears - 9.5 x 19 et35

Are these tyres ok?

Front - 225 x 19 x 35
Rears - 255 x 19 x 30

I'm thinking Continental Sport Contact 5P all round? Or put the RFT from MV4 alloys on?
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      02-25-2013, 09:55 AM   #2
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i think on a 9.5J 255 would be ok but would run a little stretch! from my experience 265 sits perfect on a 9.5J

but if you already have the tyres they will be fine! they will fit! just stretched a little! lol
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i think on a 9.5J 255 would be ok but would run a little stretch! from my experience 265 sits perfect on a 9.5J

but if you already have the tyres they will be fine! they will fit! just stretched a little! lol
What do you reckon, rear 265/30 and front 235/35?

The last thing I want is rubbing if I change. I'll continue to use the RFT if I can, for now.

Will stretching them cause any issues? (apart from the lower profile look).
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What do you reckon, rear 265/30 and front 235/35?

The last thing I want is rubbing if I change. I'll continue to use the RFT if I can, for now.

Will stretching them cause any issues? (apart from the lower profile look).
You will get no rubbing issues from a 265 on the rear mate but if you already have some 255's it will only be a tiny stretch, barely noticeable.
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What do you reckon, rear 265/30 and front 235/35?

The last thing I want is rubbing if I change. I'll continue to use the RFT if I can, for now.

Will stretching them cause any issues? (apart from the lower profile look).
are the rims suitable with runflats as I understood the inner rims are different for runflats. I have the 235/265 setup and no issues, looks the nuts from behind as well.
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are the rims suitable with runflats as I understood the inner rims are different for runflats. I have the 235/265 setup and no issues, looks the nuts from behind as well.
What tyres are you using?
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hey mate

shouldnt rub, i am running a 235/265 and i have a 12mm spacer on rear too! never had a problem with it (although my arches have a light roll/flare already)

but 225/265 would fit fine on them too! would look pretty cool if you dont mind a slight stretch
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Thanks lads.
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With the narrower tyre you'll lose a bit of rim protection too.
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Push the boatout,go:

235/35/19
275/30/19

I ran that setup with Bilsteins with no probs.
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I've got the same size wheels and off sets as you. i've got 235s up front and 265 on the rear. I recently changed the rears to good year assym 2 after the contis only did 10k miles before being worn. The contis have a different look to the goodyears as I've tried to show.

good year assym 2 - less stretch


conti 5ps - more of a stretch effect


conti 5ps on the front
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275/35/19 on a 9.5J ET35:

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Anymore pics of this car mate? I'm assuming it's a snap of your own car rather than a library pic from elsewhere!
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Anymore pics of this car mate? I'm assuming it's a snap of your own car rather than a library pic from elsewhere!
Sadly the car has now been sold

http://www.e90post.com/forums/bpgara...o=view&id=4357
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nice car! so would 10j fit a standard m sport on a 275 on back?

Not trying to hy jack!
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What do you reckon, rear 265/30 and front 235/35?

The last thing I want is rubbing if I change. I'll continue to use the RFT if I can, for now.

Will stretching them cause any issues? (apart from the lower profile look).
are the rims suitable with runflats as I understood the inner rims are different for runflats. I have the 235/265 setup and no issues, looks the nuts from behind as well.
Can anybody confirm if this is correct about putting runflats on these wherls as i am about to buy same wheels as OP, but plan on using my runflats until there f****d
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These alloys on a 335i M Sport: http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...&product_id=82

Front - 8.5 x 19 et35
Rears - 9.5 x 19 et35

Are these tyres ok?

Front - 225 x 19 x 35
Rears - 255 x 19 x 30

I'm thinking Continental Sport Contact 5P all round? Or put the RFT from MV4 alloys on?
Did you buy the wheels and any photos of these on your car?
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Can anybody confirm if this is correct about putting runflats on these wherls as i am about to buy same wheels as OP, but plan on using my runflats until there f****d
When I looked into this recently there seemed to be conflicting opinions from different wheel suppliers, I was advised that Runflat wheels are different as they have two lips on the inside edge and also they are spec'd as EH2+ The two lips secure the tyre to the rim if deflated..

Pic below is my wheel, I fitted my R/f to these 225F 255R and the stretch is quite a bit, Imo... Also it seems you cant get R/f in 235/265 but am looking into this further. If you are going to change to non R/f after your tyres are gone, then I would just bite the bullet and get new tyres with the wheels you want now. Hope this has helped.
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Omg why u want to abuse those alloys with runfats? I use 235/35 265/30 on 359 from Chris
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Hi mate,

James may have already replied to your email, but the 19" M359 style in Matte Black (8.5 and 9.5) are out of stock at the moment.

We have Matte Black and Hyper Silver Avantgarde M359 in next week;

19x9 et35
19x10 et38

If you need some advice on tyres etc, feel free to PM.

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Did you buy the wheels and any photos of these on your car?
Yes they are on my car. Here are some photos in another topic: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=982516
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Hi mate,

James may have already replied to your email, but the 19" M359 style in Matte Black (8.5 and 9.5) are out of stock at the moment.

We have Matte Black and Hyper Silver Avantgarde M359 in next week;

19x9 et35
19x10 et38

If you need some advice on tyres etc, feel free to PM.

thanks,
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Chris which alloy will have a more concerved face, the Avatgarde's or the original M359's you normally sell?
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