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      07-25-2005, 09:30 AM   #1
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Hello im from sweden and i whonder 245/35 19 front and 275/30 19 is to big on e90 325??????? Whith 30 offset front and 35 bak... Pleas help my Mattias
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      07-29-2005, 02:54 AM   #2
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Too big?

I think your setup is ok.
What you should take notice is the size of the rims, hight of the car and the suspension setup. you should have at least 10X18 on the rims at the back. Contact Ocl brorssons for additional help.

http://www.oclbrorssons.se/cgi-bin/e...m=web_start_23
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