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      02-05-2011, 12:33 PM   #1
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help please with a 19x10.5 rear

Hi guys, im thinking about buying a set of wheels the rears are 19x10.5 the tires are currently a 265 30. im unsure if this tire has a good ride quality on such a wide rim

What is the best size tire for a 19x10.5 rim with good ride quality i drive a 2007 e92 328xi

ps i dont want to roll the fenders or do any modifications and obviously do not want any rubbing

thanks in advance
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19x9.5 is probably better if you don't what to do any mods.
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ps i dont want to roll the fenders or do any modifications and obviously do not want any rubbing

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Sticking with a 9.5 +33-35 or a 10 +38 would be a better route to go. With these sizes, you are able to run a 265 safely without any rubbing issues or fender modifications at stock height.

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Hi guys, im thinking about buying a set of wheels the rears are 19x10.5 the tires are currently a 265 30. im unsure if this tire has a good ride quality on such a wide rim

What is the best size tire for a 19x10.5 rim with good ride quality i drive a 2007 e92 328xi

ps i dont want to roll the fenders or do any modifications and obviously do not want any rubbing

thanks in advance
Then dont buy this rim. 19x10.5 is probably in the mid 20's for offset - it wont fit without work. (fender roll, camber, ect...)

Get a regular 8.5"front and 9.5" rear if you dont want trouble
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