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      04-10-2013, 09:57 PM   #529
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225 is tiny up front. 8.5 ET 33 will run a 265 up front so you can go more aggressive to the fender.
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225 is tiny up front. 8.5 ET 33 will run a 265 up front so you can go more aggressive to the fender.
I will continue to stay on OEM tire size have a brand new set of tire so wont change for this. I'm really just looking to get either 35 or 40 offset will be the best !
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ET 35 would be best. 40 will look like a hooker's ass.
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Hey guys, I was wondering if these will rub, I have an e92 not lowered and without rolled fenders. I want to run 19x9 ET35 and 19x10 ET38 with 245/35/19 and 275/30/19. Will this work? Thanks in advance for your help!
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Hey guys, I was wondering if these will rub, I have an e92 not lowered and without rolled fenders. I want to run 19x9 ET35 and 19x10 ET38 with 245/35/19 and 275/30/19. Will this work? Thanks in advance for your help!
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Hey guys I want to know if I run KW V2s with te 37s with 18 x 9.5 in the front and 18 x 10.5 in the rears. What is the best tire size to run for these? And will I need finder work or any other work done to make these fit with no issues (no rubbing).
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Will my e92 on h&r sport springs rub in the rear with 19 x 10, ET20 with 255/35/19 tires if I roll my fenders?
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wondering what kind of modification needs to be done to my fenders to run this on my pre lci e92,
18 x 9.5 front et22 falken 452 - 225 40 18
18 x 11 rear et 25 falken 452 - 265 35 18
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Will my e92 on h&r sport springs rub in the rear with 19 x 10, ET20 with 255/35/19 tires if I roll my fenders?
More than likely you will. I rub with 19x10.5 et30 on 265/35/19 Hankook V12 EVO with H&R + Koni.

What type of 255/35 tires you found??? I wanted the Hankook S1 but that was out of production. I would stay with Nitto, Falken, Toyo and Hankook for good stretch.
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Will I be okay with running 12mm spacers in the front for the following specs? :
19x8.5" ET40
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yamazhao I didn't go with that route, it was just a plan but it seemed like offsets were way too aggressive so I went with something else.
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Hey guys im a newbie to this, only still a teen with my first 335.

So i am looking into vmr v713's, and am not sure which to get.

I would love a 19" rim with a good fitment to my fender, but I do not want to worry about hitting a bump and bottoming out. Which offset/rim width am I best off with? Any input would be greatly appreciated as I am new to this topic.

Tire size would also be helpful.
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      05-17-2013, 09:38 AM   #542
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Hey guys, looking to run a 19" squared setup on my 2010 e92 335i xDrive. I don't want to deal with staggered/etc. Do you think (I know the front will clear) 245/35r19 tires would fit all around? Wheel size will probably be 19x8" all around, unless recommended another size to fit this. 19x8.5"? 19x9"? Offset will be 35mm, as well.

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Hi - am looking to put some vossen wheels on my e92 335i coupe ( has Msport suspension)

I was looking at the CV3 or CV4 in a staggered setup and was wondering would i need to roll my fenders to get them to work on the car>

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      05-23-2013, 07:35 AM   #545
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What's up everybody, good read passing through a few pages. My m3 had a crazy offset and camber in the rear, so I'm pretty good with the numbers but, just want to make sure all will be good with the e92.

I run an 09 e92 335xi

Would a 235/275 setup for an e92 xi be out of the question? I have 235 tires in the front but would maybe like to run a little wider tire in the rear like a 275. If I ran a 275I would then have to bump to 245 in the front if possible?

Also, how is clearance on the same model with a 19x8.5 et 33 and 19x9.5 et30 for a new wheel setup I'm looking at? 235/35 265/30 tire sizes

I assume fine but, what size spacer (if any) would I need to run flush with an H&R drop? I currently am running 10mm front and 20mm rear on stock setup.
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Hi, i am thinking in use BBS LMs in my 335i sport sedan.
Front: 20x8.5 ET35, 235/35
Rear: 20x10 ET37, 265/30 or 275/30

Do you guys think it will work?
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need help. I just bought a set of wheels 19x8.5 et40 and 19x9.5 et40 will these fit without rubbing? I plan to have them installed and then see what size spacers I need to get them flush. Thanks. oh its on a 2010 328i sedan.
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Hey guys, looking to run a 19" squared setup on my 2010 e92 335i xDrive. I don't want to deal with staggered/etc. Do you think (I know the front will clear) 245/35r19 tires would fit all around? Wheel size will probably be 19x8" all around, unless recommended another size to fit this. 19x8.5"? 19x9"? Offset will be 35mm, as well.

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I think 19x9 with 245/35 all around would be fine, but I would do 225/35 up front though.

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Front: 20x8.5 ET35, 235/35
Rear: 20x10 ET37, 265/30 or 275/30

Do you guys think it will work?
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need help. I just bought a set of wheels 19x8.5 et40 and 19x9.5 et40 will these fit without rubbing? I plan to have them installed and then see what size spacers I need to get them flush. Thanks. oh its on a 2010 328i sedan.
Those will be far from rubbing, they will be quit sunken to be honest
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I think 19x9 with 245/35 all around would be fine, but I would do 225/35 up front though.



Yes those will work fine. Since you have a E90, 275/30 will be a better choice if you want no stretch.



Those will be far from rubbing, they will be quit sunken to be honest
Thanks, I was/am worried about them rubbing the inside until I get spacers.
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