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      09-13-2013, 07:31 PM   #1
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Need HELP with wheel Fitment

19x9.5 et20 19x11 et25 ,225/35/19 front and 245/35/19 rear

does anyone have a setup like this? does it fit on e92 with a drop

I know its aggressive but I just wanna ask someone who knows more about wide wheels then me
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If you like your tires stretched the fuck out...

Those tires are an inch shorter in width than the rims they go on.

225mm / 25.4 = ~8.5inch

An inch and a half wider for the rears.

245 / 25.4 = ~9.5

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If you like your tires stretched the fuck out...

Those tires are an inch shorter in width than the rims they go on.

225mm / 25.4 = ~8.5inch

An inch and a half wider for the rears.

245 / 25.4 = ~9.5

I know , Im more concerned on the actual fitment of the wheels
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Are your fenders rolled?
I've ran a 255/35 on a 11"
Rubbed a bit but nothing after a fender roll. Stretch was nice!
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Are your fenders rolled?
I've ran a 255/35 on a 11"
Rubbed a bit but nothing after a fender roll. Stretch was nice!
no roll but currently have almost no rubbing rear
19x9.5 et20 (et45 with 25mm spacer) 265/30/19

not really aggressive but I think the stretch on 19x11 will be about the same amount of rubbing ,
I can get a roll on the fender if its a problem

what offset were your 19x11s

and BTW the wheels Im buying already has almost new 245s mounted , I can always go 255 when I replace them
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I am running +25 on my 11's
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I am running +25 on my 11's
varrstoen es7 or es6s?
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varrstoen es7 or es6s?
just picked up a set of es1's
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just picked up a set of es1's
what are you dropped on? and just to clarify 225/245 will fit you think ?
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19x9.5 et20 19x11 et25 ,225/35/19 front and 245/35/19 rear

does anyone have a setup like this? does it fit on e92 with a drop

I know its aggressive but I just wanna ask someone who knows more about wide wheels then me
Sure you can fit those, and you can use wider rear tyre like 255 or 265. You will need rolled rear fenders and negative camber adjustment to front and rear.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=800425
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...=Varsstoen+es6
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...&postcount=369
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=837414
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=879027
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=810789
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almost new 225/245s are already mounted , probably gonna use them and when I need new tires go 255/35
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what are you dropped on? and just to clarify 225/245 will fit you think ?
currently not dropped on anything waiting for coilovers to be installed.

YES the 225/245 will fit. U can always go wider 255/265 no problem.
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