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      09-30-2008, 01:29 AM   #1
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235/35/19 265/30/19 with 1.6" F 1.4" R drop

i have a question, and im not sure if this is the right section to be posting it in, but i have VMR v710's on my e92 335i with 235/35/19 265/30/19 tires, and im going to drop the front 1.6 inches and the rear 1.4 inches, (B&G suspension) and im worried about rubbing, what do you guys think? so for the offset 35 in the front and 33 in the rear. pLease help!
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please, someone, just say yes or no!
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NO!!!
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haha thanks! is that a correct answwer or you just wanted to say something?
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with +33 in the rear and a 265 tire i think you should be fine.
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I have my car lowered by that much (springs have settled and I'm pulling it back up 1/2") and I get no rubbing. I do have very stiff suspension.

I have 255s all the way around with plenty of clearance in the back.
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You should be fine with those tire sizes. I've only heard of minor issues with 275 rears on extreme drops.
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