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      11-29-2007, 09:19 PM   #1
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275's on e92 w 9.5" rear...will it fit?

I want to do 19" CSL reps so they will be 9.5" in the rear. Probably will go with et30 in the rear based on users posts and pics.

So, will 275/30/19 fit on 9.5" rear's w/ et30 on the e92? Will probably go w/ the General tires.

Stock or w/ coilovers....I'm planning on going w/ KW V1's shortly.
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Well, I've seen people do that in the past, so I know it's possible. But I can't answer the "Will there be any problems?" question myself.
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it will rub just a little bit
some have slight rub with 19x9.5 et30 with 265 tire. just tape in the fender a little bit and it will be fine
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it will rub just a little bit
some have slight rub with 19x9.5 et30 with 265 tire. just tape in the fender a little bit and it will be fine
Did you mean tap in the fender? Or is taping the fender something I dont know about ?
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Did you mean tap in the fender? Or is taping the fender something I dont know about ?
oops ya.. i meant tap or roll the fender. u dont need to do the entire fender. PM ksfrogman for some details.
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oops ya.. i meant tap or roll the fender. u dont need to do the entire fender. PM ksfrogman for some details.
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I think offset of 33 in the rear will remove the chance of rubbing. I know someone on this forum is running M6 reps with 275s with 19 x 9.5 et33, but that is on a stock 335xi coupe sport suspension without any rubbing... I am planning on the same setup as soon as my car arrives
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With that setup you'll have some rubbing, you'll need to roll your fenders in order to get it done. 275's are doable. with like the ET33, or 19x10 ET35 on our Hamann Race 366 as well are fine in a 275 setup.
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I'm running 275 Falken's in the rear with 19x9.5 et30 wheels but i did have some rubbing. After rolling the lip i no longer had problems. I used RollYourFender.com. btw, 245's rubbed in the front too with the 19x8.5" M6 replicas...
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thanks guys! Looks like rolling is in order.
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