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      03-04-2018, 09:20 AM   #1
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255/285 E90 lci

Here's the details so you tire gurus can break me the news. Will they fit? TIA.

2010 E90 335i M Sport
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- fenders slightly rolled

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- 255/35/19
- 285/30/19
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      03-04-2018, 10:12 AM   #2
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Excuse me if I'm wrong...I thought 2010 was still pre-LCI?
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Excuse me if I'm wrong...I thought 2010 was still pre-LCI?
LCI was released for the 09' model year if I'm not mistaken.
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Was it different for E92? Maybe that's where I'm confused.
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Was it different for E92? Maybe that's where I'm confused.
I believe it was, they didn't get a facelift until 2011
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Here's the details so you tire gurus can break me the news. Will they fit? TIA.

2010 E90 335i M Sport
- stock suspension
- fenders slightly rolled

VMR V701
- 19X8.5 ET35
- 19x9.5 ET33

Pirelli P Zero
- 255/35/19
- 285/30/19
Even with the rolled fenders (rear?) they are not likely to fit.
The biggest without rolls are 245 front and 265-275 rear. It's somewhat possible that 285 might fit on the rear, but remember there are two sides of a tire and I think that 15mm more will rub on the springs.
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Here's the details so you tire gurus can break me the news. Will they fit? TIA.

2010 E90 335i M Sport
- stock suspension
- fenders slightly rolled

VMR V701
- 19X8.5 ET35
- 19x9.5 ET33

Pirelli P Zero
- 255/35/19
- 285/30/19
Even with the rolled fenders (rear?) they are not likely to fit.
The biggest without rolls are 245 front and 265-275 rear. It's somewhat possible that 285 might fit on the rear, but remember there are two sides of a tire and I think that 15mm more will rub on the springs.
Guys that track there cars run 255's up front on stock camber and suspension and don't rub..
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Guys that track there cars run 255's up front on stock camber and suspension and don't rub..
Can confirm. I'm lowered too and don't rub.
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Donít know about P-zero. I have Bridgestone RE-71R 255/275 on 18Ē wheels and rub going over bumps. Gotta get coilovers now so I can adjust ride height.

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Will that setup fit? Yes. Would I recommend it? No. Your wheels aren't wide enough. For an 8.5/9.5 setup I would recommend 235/275. If you want to run a 255/285 (or even 295), I would recommend atleast a 9/10 setup. Ideally a 9/10.5 setup.
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