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      06-04-2014, 08:13 AM   #1
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E90 Help - 10.5 275/30/19 Rear ?

Hi guys, I've just ordered some wheels that are 10.5j et38 in rear with tyre size 275/30/19 . The shop have assured me that they will not scrape

My car is an e90 saloon, very low

Can you guys please advise

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not really much help here lol, I assume just try them as they are due to arrive soon.

Surprised no-one has fitted these on here, can't find much help after searching for hours
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They will probably fit without any modifications. If they do rub a little bit then a minor fender roll or negative camber will take care of it.
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I have 10 et43 in the rear with 275 and it fits just fine and I'm looking to get a 10mm spacer. 38mm should fit no problem. I'm trying to get it around 31-33mm
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Surprised no-one has fitted these on here, can't find much help after searching for hours
This one has 19x10.5 with 275/30/19 don't know the offset http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4898

This one is 19x10.5 et25 and 275/30/19. http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...0&postcount=19

19x10.5 et25 but with 265/30/19 http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=904320

19x10.5 et30 with 275/30/19 http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...30&postcount=6
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Hi Monacoblue, my car is pre lci, done full conversion

Do you think these will fit ok then ?

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Hi Monacoblue, my car is pre lci, done full conversion

Do you think these will fit ok then ?

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Yes i think those will fit just fine. Especially since you have your fenders rolled, at least you said so in your other thread. For example 19x10 et28 with 265/30/19 which will extend 4mm more than your wheels. No modifications or rubbing.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...54&postcount=1
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I Have 10" et 43 in the rear with 285/35/18 in the rear and my fenders are not rolled and I have no issues with scraping. Since mine is a LCI the et 43 would be the same as an et 35 on a pre-LCI. So yes you will have plenty of room. You could run a 295/30/19 if you wanted, might need a fender roll though. A 275 or 285 is safe, but I would op or the larger tire. Your 10.5" rim will have a stretched look with a 275 and you would need spacers if you want it to look flush.
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