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      04-07-2008, 10:58 PM   #1
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tire fitment?

front 19x9.5, +28mm
back 19x10.5, +29mm

245/35/19 tires
275/35/19 tires


would this be ok on a 335i coupe?
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front 19x9.5, +28mm
back 19x10.5, +29mm

245/35/19 tires
275/35/19 tires


would this be ok on a 335i coupe?
Doesn't look like an E9x fitment for aftermarket wheels. Typically, you're looking at:

8.5-9x19 front, 30-40ET
9.5-10x19 rear, 35-40ET

Tire sizes for above:

235-245/35-19 front
265-275/30-19 rear
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      04-08-2008, 08:19 PM   #3
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That fitment is better suited for an E46 M3 and possibly the E90 M3 & E92 M3 (although a more recommended rear tire would have been a 275/30). The fitments that 1wickede90 provided are a good example to follow.
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