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      01-10-2013, 03:25 AM   #1
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can i put 285/30/19 on 9.5 rim size

like the title says.. i been doing some research and the BMW e60 m5 wheels are 285/35/19 with the width of 9.5 so i imagine i can throw some 285/30/19s on my 335i. would it rub? would i need to roll my fenders? please let me know!
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You can do 275/30 with the right offset and no fender rolling.
A 285/30 might require a fender roll. It will really depend on the tire brand.
I run 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 with et35 offset on both front and rear.
I run 235/35 front and 275/35 rear. Falken 722.
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Maybe a bit wide for a 9.5JJ
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You can do 275/30 with the right offset and no fender rolling.
A 285/30 might require a fender roll. It will really depend on the tire brand.
I run 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 with et35 offset on both front and rear.
I run 235/35 front and 275/35 rear. Falken 722.
I want Michelin ps2 and they don't make 275. And I have 265 right now so the next one is 285, I don't see why it would rub if your running a 275/35 which is a thicker wide wall than 285/30. Notice below how the diameter of yours is higher than what I want, so if your not rubbing than I prolly shouldn't?? or maybe I'm reading the thing wrong?
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I believe they are 33 for front and 35 for rear. Or they're both 35. I'm really not sure i bought the rims used they're sonic tuning st-160. Thanks
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ET35 and 285 will probably rub without rolling fenders.
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I said 275/35 but that was a typo.
I run 275/30.
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ET35 and 285 will probably rub without rolling fenders.
Remmib is correct. If you want to run the larger 285, look into having your fenders rolled.
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I have an E90 LCI with 295/30's on 19" VB3s with a 33 offset in the rear (I think). Even with fenders rolled, I'm rubbing. Could I go a 285/30 and be ok?
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285s will help, but we don't recommend those specs.
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9.5 + 35 in 285.30 will rub without a roll pending on now low/passengers/hard bumps. totally worth it if you dont mind that.

Prelci e90 with 9.5 +35/285.30 will be ok.
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285s will help, but we don't recommend those specs.
What would you recommend? I swapped out the 295/30's with 275/30's, and those obviously fit fine, and aren't even stretched.
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quick question, anyone here know if i could fit 275/30 rear on 19x11' 25 offset without rubbing bad? im on -4.7 camber now , i put on 9.5'' with 7 offset on before and work out well , im on kwv1 pretty low , it's e92 btw
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if youre truely on -4.7 275.30 will have very lil rub. with that camber you should be tucking wheel at full compression.
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I have the same car as you and was running a 275/30/19 with 10mm spacers and had no rub issues. Went to a 285/30/19 with the spacers on a 9.5" which will fit the rim but is wide in reality and needed a minor fender roll. It looked amazing but a wider rim should be used to optimize handling.
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9.5 + 35 in 285.30 will rub without a roll pending on now low/passengers/hard bumps. totally worth it if you dont mind that.

Prelci e90 with 9.5 +35/285.30 will be ok.
Let me see if I understand the math here.
I am running a pre-lci 335i sedan with 19x10 +37 linea corse LC818's and currently have 275/30/R19. So your saying I could run 285/20/R19 (falken 453) with no rub?
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Let me see if I understand the math here.
I am running a pre-lci 335i sedan with 19x10 +37 linea corse LC818's and currently have 275/30/R19. So your saying I could run 285/20/R19 (falken 453) with no rub?
You'd probably be alright falkens run narrow and the wider wheels will keep the tire from bulging out so much compared to a 9.5.
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You'd probably be alright falkens run narrow and the wider wheels will keep the tire from bulging out so much compared to a 9.5.
Cool. Well I guess I should be ok in the front too? I have 235/35/R19 now on 19x8.5 rims +30 so theroretically 245/35/R19 will be a match to the rear 285/30/R19. I guess there is only one way to find out. lol
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