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      05-12-2008, 02:22 AM   #67
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      05-23-2008, 12:11 AM   #68
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guys how about a 19x10 with the offset of 44/45 ? will it be to tuck in where it will hit the strut and etc ?

i know the ideal size for a 19x10 rear is 38

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guys how about a 19x10 with the offset of 44/45 ? will it be to tuck in where it will hit the strut and etc ?

i know the ideal size for a 19x10 rear is 38

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I'd suggest atleast a 5mm spacer with that offset

The 45mm offset will look way too tucked in
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      05-23-2008, 01:45 AM   #70
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My friend had 19x10 with 275 and has no problem with rolled fender. Offset was 43. So I don't think you will have any problem unless you go any wider than that...
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      06-06-2008, 12:28 AM   #71
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Hey guys, don't know much about wheels since this will be the 1st aftermarket set i'll be buying. Finally found a set of wheels I like for my e92xi, but I called & they only have them in an ET38 for both the F19x8.5 & R19x9.5. Would I need to roll my fenders??
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you are ok for the rear unless you go over 275s
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I think I will be getting 235/35/19F 275/30/19Rs
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Go get tires with roundy sidewall and save yourself from possible rubbing issues, which i don't think it is likely but better safe than sorry !
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Would I rub WITHOUT rolled fenders on.....

Drop will be 0 finger all around on KW v2 closer to the stiff side...

18 x 8.5 +32
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      06-09-2008, 09:02 PM   #77
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Would I rub WITHOUT rolled fenders on.....

Drop will be 0 finger all around on KW v2 closer to the stiff side...

18 x 8.5 +32
18 x 9.5 +35

Tire size plays a factor as well, but as long as you stick with a 265/35/18 you will be ok without rubbing

You should be ok with a 275/35/18 as well

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      06-11-2008, 08:13 PM   #78
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Tire size plays a factor as well, but as long as you stick with a 265/35/18 you will be ok without rubbing

You should be ok with a 275/35/18 as well

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      06-12-2008, 11:52 AM   #79
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Front - 19 x 8.5 offset 35 235/35/19
Rear - 19 x 10 offset 30 265/30/19

The rear will rub w/ out rolling fenders and an eibach drop huh?
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close call with offset is bit on the low side... if it rubs, it will be very slight.

I personally think you will be fine though.
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thanks for those who pm'ed me with questions but please post questions here so people can share the info. More the examples the better...
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Here some of my info. Hopefully it will help others.
I am running Iforged Daytonas

Front: 19X8 - 235/35/19
Rear: 19X10 (not sure about offset maybe +38) - 275/30/19
Tires: Kumho SPT

There is slight rubbing in the rear in dips and cornering. Rolling the fenders will most likely resolve this issue. If I went with Toyos or Falkens there probably wouldn't have been an issue. Also I could run more negative camber.
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thanks for chime in CPI. Can you share how the ride quality on kumho?
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I have the OEM 19" 230 rims and want to replace the runflats with some general exclaim UHPs from tirerack. The stock tires are 225/35/19 F and 255/30/19 R. Is it okay if I mount the available 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 on front and rear respectively? Tirerack has 225/35/19 F but they don't carry 255/30/19 R for Generals so that's why I looked towards the wider sizes. Will there be rubbing? I really have no idea what is and is not okay.

I found somewhere on the forum that the offsets of the 19" OEM rims are +37 and +39 if that helps any.
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need fitment help as well

dropped on H&R Sport Springs
WITH FENDER ROLLING:

19x8.5 et32 245/35/19 conti's
19x10 et25 275/35/19 conti's


are the tire sizes too large? would from be better with 235 or is 245 okay? is rear better with 265 or is 275 okay?

please note that i AM rolling fenders. tiy!
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For those of you that have had your fenders rolled did you have any issues with keeping the interior well cover in place?

I am being told if I roll my fenders that this cover will no longer remain in place.

My set up is:

Modest drop on H & R Sport Springs (OEM shocks/struts)
VOLK TE37 19 x 8.5 front 245/35/19 - Yokohama AVS ES 100
VOLK TE37 19 x 9.5 rear 275/30/19 - Yokohama AVS ES 100

Only my rear tires are rubbing so I need to get them rolled.

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Hey Hun77777 please add this fitment to your OP and here are the specs. This is by far the most aggressive I have seen with OUT negative camber and with this offset.

20x9 ET35 front on Tires 245/35/20
20x10.5 ET35 rear on Tires 275/30/20

Lowered on H&R sport springs withOUT fender rolling or Negative camber. I did a inner fender modification called "inner fender elimination". You get way more clearance than fender rolling.

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      07-31-2008, 09:42 PM   #88
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I have the OEM 19" 230 rims and want to replace the runflats with some general exclaim UHPs from tirerack. The stock tires are 225/35/19 F and 255/30/19 R. Is it okay if I mount the available 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 on front and rear respectively? Tirerack has 225/35/19 F but they don't carry 255/30/19 R for Generals so that's why I looked towards the wider sizes. Will there be rubbing? I really have no idea what is and is not okay.

I found somewhere on the forum that the offsets of the 19" OEM rims are +37 and +39 if that helps any.
you are going to be fine.


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need fitment help as well

dropped on H&R Sport Springs
WITH FENDER ROLLING:

19x8.5 et32 245/35/19 conti's
19x10 et25 275/35/19 conti's


are the tire sizes too large? would from be better with 235 or is 245 okay? is rear better with 265 or is 275 okay?

please note that i AM rolling fenders. tiy!
Those are M3 offset fitment and you may or may not be rubbing the rear with 275. Some people are ok with 275 with rolled fenders some are not. If you want to be on the safe side, run 265 with rolled fender, if not try 275 with some negative cambers. front should be fine btw.


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For those of you that have had your fenders rolled did you have any issues with keeping the interior well cover in place?

I am being told if I roll my fenders that this cover will no longer remain in place.

My set up is:

Modest drop on H & R Sport Springs (OEM shocks/struts)
VOLK TE37 19 x 8.5 front 245/35/19 - Yokohama AVS ES 100
VOLK TE37 19 x 9.5 rear 275/30/19 - Yokohama AVS ES 100

Only my rear tires are rubbing so I need to get them rolled.

SS
Innner trims should be fine with fender rolling. I think you are rubbing because of aggressive offset in the rear (guessing 25+?). Even with fender roll, you may be rubbing the rear. If so, try 1~2 degree in negative cambers. It usually works for most people with M3 offset rims.

--> edit : never mind... i saw your post and your offset is 35+. So yea you should be fine with fender roll. Congrats on new shoes. looks great...

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