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      09-10-2013, 09:24 PM   #1
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Fitment on 335i

Will 19x9.5 front and 19x10.5 rear fit on a 335i 2010
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Will 19x9.5 front and 19x10.5 rear fit on a 335i 2010
Depends on offsets, but yes. Youll need to roll your fenders.
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If I don't lower will it still fit?
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E92 or E90?

In addition to fender roll. You probably need negative camber and stretched tyres. How much and what size depends on the offsets.
Yes it works even if you don't lower it, but might look funny if the offsets are aggressive and possibly rubbing since stock suspension is softer, than coilovers.
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first we need to know if it's an e90 or e92
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Depending on the offsets youll probably want to use a 235/35/19 up front and a 265/30/19 in the rear.
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The tires are 235 front and the rears is 265 for my e90. I will ask the offset

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Is +40 front and +35 in the rear aggressive ? Will it rub in the front ?
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Is +40 front and +35 in the rear aggressive ? Will it rub in the front ?
You need 10mm spacer to front. Otherwise it wont clear inside. Front will work with et 30 and 235/35/19 without any problems. Rear you need fender roll and possibly some negative camber.

Your 10.5 et35 on LCI E90 would be the same as 10.5 et27 on Pre-lci.

Here is pre-lci E90 with 19x10.5 et22 and 265/30/19.
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=840298

Infact the 9.5 et30 front would extend to same point as those on that link.
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How about 19x8.5 front and 19x9.5 rears with offset +40 front and +35 rear if I lower it with eibach springs.
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Front will fit just fine. Rear is a tad more aggressive than we'd recommend.

Generally on E90 LCIs we recommend ET45 rear, which should fit easily.
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How about 19x8.5 front and 19x9.5 rears with offset +40 front and +35 rear if I lower it with eibach springs.
This set up will fits onto your car without any rubbing issues. It's the most common set up for your car.
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