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      04-29-2009, 01:25 PM   #1
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Staggered Miro 368 on E90

I've searched the forums a bit but am still unsure if the Miro 19x10 ET25's with 275/30/19 Tires will work on the rear of my E90 323i non sport.

Would I have any rubbing issues with this setup?
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No that's fine. I run a 10" width with an ET27 rear on my coupe and it's conservative... your sedan has more room than my coupe.. so if I'm not mistaken you might even need a small spacer.

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So, I may require a spacer, for aesthetics, or inner clearance?

The difference between your setup and mine would only be 2mm less clearance on the strut side if I understand offset correctly.

BTW, thanks for the input.
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No that's fine. I run a 10" width with an ET27 rear on my coupe and it's conservative... your sedan has more room than my coupe.. so if I'm not mistaken you might even need a small spacer.

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running a 19x10ET25 is not a conservative setup. its like running a 19x9.5ET20 on 275s and running spacers. thats insane.
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Hi Stim,

You should go with the 19x10 ET32 on the 368's they fit flush and are fine with the 275's. The 19x10 ET25 are a tad to agressive.

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