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      10-05-2008, 11:16 PM   #1
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will 18x8.5 et30 front and 18x8.5 et15 rear fit on an e92?

As the question stated, this is for winter and someone please confirm it for me.
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      10-05-2008, 11:22 PM   #2
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The front is no problem at all.

The rear will work, but you will need to roll your fenders for that setup.

You cannot run anything more than a 245 tire, because if you do, it will not have any curvature on the rim and the sidewall will bulge and you'll rub due to the square sidewall.
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what if I run 235 all around?
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what if I run 235 all around?
you will be ok, but you will still need rolled fenders in the rear
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im pretty sure you can run a 255. because the factory setup is 8.5 rear with a 255 tire and theres no bulging. if you imagine the wheel as a 9.5 inch wheel it is equalvilent to 28mm offset. it depends on the tire brand also
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