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      08-26-2010, 12:28 PM   #397
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how about some bmw perf 313s ... 19x9 in the rear +39 ... how would a big fat 275 look and fit with that wheel ?
275 is fat on a 9" wide wheel, and especially the Michelin tires. I've seen Michelin 255/30/19 on a 19x9.5 and that was like a normal 265/30/19 tire.
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i have e92 and i got some wheels with 19x8 ET37 for the front with Hankook 235/35/19
Am i ok to put 12mm spacer in the front ??
i used to have vmr v710 19x8.5 ET35 +5mm spacer lower on kw and i am kinda rubbing the front fender when taking sharp turn.
or i should just get smaller spacer ?
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i have e92 and i got some wheels with 19x8 ET37 for the front with Hankook 235/35/19
Am i ok to put 12mm spacer in the front ??
i used to have vmr v710 19x8.5 ET33 +5mm spacer lower on kw and i am kinda rubbing the front fender when taking sharp turn.
or i should just get smaller spacer ?
i'd much rather get 5mm or even just leave it than dealing with potential rubbing issue. but that's just me. if you want aggressive look, put all that effort on rears and that should do the trick. front is bit more complicated because you have bigger brake caliper and you gotta steer etc etc...
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      08-28-2010, 09:29 PM   #400
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i'd much rather get 5mm or even just leave it than dealing with potential rubbing issue. but that's just me. if you want aggressive look, put all that effort on rears and that should do the trick. front is bit more complicated because you have bigger brake caliper and you gotta steer etc etc...
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this is how front looks like now with 5mm spacer



rear still have about 1.5 finger from tires to fender
so i can put 10 mm spacer maybe ?


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i have e92 and i got some wheels with 19x8 ET37 for the front with Hankook 235/35/19
Am i ok to put 12mm spacer in the front ??
i used to have vmr v710 19x8.5 ET33 +5mm spacer lower on kw and i am kinda rubbing the front fender when taking sharp turn.
or i should just get smaller spacer ?
Hmmm, 19x8.5 ET33 isn't a spec we make. Is it 19x9.5 ET33 you are driving on, or 19x8.5 ET35? Pushing out either would definitely cause rubbing.
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Hmmm, 19x8.5 ET33 isn't a spec we make. Is it 19x9.5 ET33 you are driving on, or 19x8.5 ET35? Pushing out either would definitely cause rubbing.
Thanks for the correction, Peter
I guess it's 19x8.5 et35 front 19x9.5 et33 rear for the VMR wheels for e92?
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Correct! That would be your ideal fitment. You can push further out but you'll get into fender rolling territory. Good luck!

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Thanks for the correction, Peter
I guess it's 19x8.5 et35 front 19x9.5 et33 rear for the VMR wheels for e92?
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^^ Workable with slight fender rolling in the rear. I had this exact setup on my E92 with no problems.
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Thanks for the correction, Peter
I guess it's 19x8.5 et35 front 19x9.5 et33 rear for the VMR wheels for e92?
5 mm front spacer max = +30, 33-8mm spacer= +25 offset in the rear should be fine with a 265 tire as long as you're not slammed.
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Hi all, I'm just wondering if this will fit on my e92 328xi?
19x8.5, offset 29, 245/35/19
19x9.5, offset 23, 265/35/19 w/ fenders rolled
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Hi all, I'm just wondering if this will fit on my e92 328xi?
19x8.5, offset 29, 245/35/19
19x9.5, offset 23, 265/35/19 w/ fenders rolled
fronts will be pretty ok ... im running the same in a Michelin 235 which is close to most 245's with no issues at all. Even a Michelin 245 would probably be ok.

rears are out there a little ways. my 10" +37 are going to sit about 5mm or so inboard than your setup. Again Michelin 265 is like most 275, but you are looking at a narrower wheel. Mine are dang close to rubbing as is ... not sure if somethnig changed for 2011 ... mine sit flush with the lip where as others sit in some.

Stock, pre 2011, you might pull it off with narrow 265's. Lowered, I don't see it happening at all.
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fronts will be pretty ok ... im running the same in a Michelin 235 which is close to most 245's with no issues at all. Even a Michelin 245 would probably be ok.

rears are out there a little ways. my 10" +37 are going to sit about 5mm or so inboard than your setup. Again Michelin 265 is like most 275, but you are looking at a narrower wheel. Mine are dang close to rubbing as is ... not sure if somethnig changed for 2011 ... mine sit flush with the lip where as others sit in some.

Stock, pre 2011, you might pull it off with narrow 265's. Lowered, I don't see it happening at all.
Yea, they're Michelin PS2's and I'm running on stock suspension. I just hope they don't rub in the rear after I get my fenders rolled.
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Yea, they're Michelin PS2's and I'm running on stock suspension. I just hope they don't rub in the rear after I get my fenders rolled.
you already bought them ? if so, they are prolly gonna rub !!! they will be more square on your wheels than mine and yours sit out a hair further. Just rolling down the street will be fine, but big dips and the like are gonna eat the sidewalls up ...
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you already bought them ? if so, they are prolly gonna rub !!! they will be more square on your wheels than mine and yours sit out a hair further. Just rolling down the street will be fine, but big dips and the like are gonna eat the sidewalls up ...
I'll probably have to get tires that will fit...Or I have to be extra careful when I'm driving! They're actually OEM m3 wheels.
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18x9.5 +22 looks like this..
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Hi all, I'm just wondering if this will fit on my e92 328xi?
19x8.5, offset 29, 245/35/19
19x9.5, offset 23, 265/35/19 w/ fenders rolled
i have 19x9.5 offset 20, 255/30/19 with slightley rolled fenders. still rubs bad over bumps.

by the way: the rear tire size is wrong: 265/30/19 is the right one.
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i have 19x9.5 offset 20, 255/30/19 with slightley rolled fenders. still rubs bad over bumps.

by the way: the rear tire size is wrong: 265/30/19 is the right one.
Is yours lowered? Looks like it is. I'm running on stock suspension.
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