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      03-18-2013, 10:46 AM   #1
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Pss 245/35/19, 275/30/19

Wondering if I will rub. Reason I ask because I'm getting a good price on this set.

I'm running 19x8.5 et 30 front. 19x9.5 et 35 rear. Kw v2 on higher setting. -2 camber in rear. Will have -1.65 camber In front.

Anyone running these sizes on e92 335? Or know if I will rub with these sizes?

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I went ahead with the 245/35/19 in the front and 275/30/19 in the rear. couldnt put them all up on my car yet because one of the rear wheels had a slight crack in it.. going to get it welded and summer setup will be up next weekend. but i test fitted one of the fronts on my car. I have about 2-3mm clearance between the new wider front tires and the front springs which i think should be good enough. the only rubbing i get is on the front of the tire against the front of the fender liner on full lock. which shouldnt be much of a problem i don't think. havent had the chance to test fit the rears yet but will most likely need a slight roll.

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There has to be someone here running this setup..
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im running those tire sizes but I am not dropped...
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You're fine. I'm running 255/35/19 and 295/30/19 PSS, rubs only on big bumps
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I'm running 8.5 et37 (+5mm spacers) 245/35/19 fronts & 9.5 et30 275/30/19 rears dropped the whole way down on my coilovers with no rubbing or scrubbing at all
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I'm running 8.5 et37 (+5mm spacers) 245/35/19 fronts & 9.5 et30 275/30/19 rears dropped the whole way down on my coilovers with no rubbing or scrubbing at all
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I got a set of Altenzo sport comforters, they were cheap and decent from reviews I'd read. Haven't had any trouble at all with them, looking to change up my wheels now though, only got the rims to do me a short while.
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What's your wheel offsets and camber? Are u sedan?
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Wondering if I will rub. Reason I ask because I'm getting a good price on this set.

I'm running 19x8.5 et 30 front. 19x9.5 et 35 rear. Kw v2 on higher setting. -2 camber in rear. Will have -1.65 camber In front.

Anyone running these sizes on e92 335? Or know if I will rub with these sizes?

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I went ahead with the 245/35/19 in the front and 275/30/19 in the rear. couldnt put them all up on my car yet because one of the rear wheels had a slight crack in it.. going to get it welded and summer setup will be up next weekend. but i test fitted one of the fronts on my car. I have about 2-3mm clearance between the new wider front tires and the front springs which i think should be good enough. the only rubbing i get is on the front of the tire against the front of the fender liner on full lock. which shouldnt be much of a problem i don't think. havent had the chance to test fit the rears yet but will most likely need a slight roll.
Curious how you made out with this? Are you running 5mm spacers in the front to clear the struts?
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Curious how you made out with this? Are you running 5mm spacers in the front to clear the struts?
nope no spacers needed. the front et is actually et35. just got alignment done so front camber is at -1.3 and rear is -2.0. even in the back only needed the least amount of roll, so little they didnt even charge me for it.
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I am running a 35 offset with a 5MM spacer so it is essentially a 30 offset with a Nitto 245/30/20 and a -1.5 camber and no rub but had to modify a few things to wich is easy
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nope no spacers needed. the front et is actually et35. just got alignment done so front camber is at -1.3 and rear is -2.0. even in the back only needed the least amount of roll, so little they didnt even charge me for it.
Nice, is that -1.3 front camber with stock strut mounts?
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You're fine. I'm running 255/35/19 and 295/30/19 PSS, rubs only on big bumps
I run 295 Nitto with a 10MM spacer on my 20" setup but going to 19" and thought about going to PSS again (although I had better traction with Nitto, crazy I know) what offset are you runningI? I am sure you had to have a spacer to keep the rim off the strut/body...I had to but I am running a 10.5" rim so with the New 10" rim I may be okay....fenders are shaved...rear have the plastic pieces cut out where quarter panel/bumper meet ECT.
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I had weak offsets so it didn't pose an issue. rear fenders were rolled and shaved. rear offset was 38. I have since went "green" with lightweight rims with a smaller tire...but I miss the fat tire look.
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I had weak offsets so it didn't pose an issue. rear fenders were rolled and shaved. rear offset was 38. I have since went "green" with lightweight rims with a smaller tire...but I miss the fat tire look.
With stg 3 VTT you better get the fat tires back!!!
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LSD will solve that for me , I'm running a PSS 275 and when these go, I plan on running AD08s which are wide as fcuk.
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LSD will solve that for me , I'm running a PSS 275 and when these go, I plan on running AD08s which are wide as fcuk.
I spun 285 Nitto, PSS and spin 295 Nitto we will seer about PSS. The 295's do hook better though.
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Lol the 295 PSS hooks like a mofo. I do want to try AD08s, RE11s, or RS3s at some point. I do spin a lot more with the 275s without a doubt on the open diff.
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Lol the 295 PSS hooks like a mofo. I do want to try AD08s, RE11s, or RS3s at some point. I do spin a lot more with the 275s without a doubt on the open diff.
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But I have a feeling in the pit of my stomach, youll manage to spin the PSS as well :P, 10mm difference isn't make or break and seeing how you have a LSD and lockdown kit...I may be very well screwed come September LOL.

Gonna have to get super wide body kit and stuff 335s like creaminz rofl.
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