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      06-02-2014, 10:47 AM   #1
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Here is a long shot

would these wheels fit on an e92 335i

(fronts:245/35/19, rears 285/35/19,
front: 19x8.5 offset is 40
rear: 19x10 offset is 25

im going to say no way but what if i got like 265 in the rear would it fit?

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      06-02-2014, 11:41 AM   #2
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A 285 would need some major work to get it to fit. A 265 is more realistic but you will still need to roll fenders. Are you lowered?
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      06-02-2014, 11:54 AM   #3
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A 285 would need some major work to get it to fit. A 265 is more realistic but you will still need to roll fenders. Are you lowered?
not lowered or anything. ive heard of 265 fitting no problem though
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I remember my friend was lowered on kW coils with 19 and 285 in the rear. I think he rolled and shaved and was fine
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I was running Hankook V12's in 265 in the back. No problems fitting. Not happy with the tires, though. I got just over 6k miles before they started showing cords on the inside.
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285/35/19 is way too wide, and way too tall. If you're running that low of an offset, I would suggest 265/30/19s with a fender roll.
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It won't look right without a spacer in the front. I would use a 20mm to match the rear and change the tires to 235/35/19 and 275/30/19.
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I have 245/35/19 in front and 275/30/19 in the rears. No problem at all.
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I have 245/35/19 in front and 275/30/19 in the rears. No problem at all.
Rolled fenders?
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Rolled fenders?
No, but I do not have a drop either.

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No, but I do not have a drop either.

I have been told that the rear does look dropped.Attachment 1038650

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Thanks! Yeah it looks dropped , so in the front, with that 245 no rubbing at all? I'm thinking about going that size
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Thanks! Yeah it looks dropped , so in the front, with that 245 no rubbing at all? I'm thinking about going that size
You are better off with a 235 up front and a spacer. Your rear wheel is 1.5" wider than the front. 40mm=1.57" so your front tire should be 40mm narrower than the rear.
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