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      04-11-2008, 11:16 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Big body 19x9.5 front and 19x11 rear on e90 328xi

Hi guys just wanna to share that i have putted my new wheels on my e90 328xi. i heard some ppl say that 19x11 is too wide for e90, but when i put them on i find that is very good fitment. no rub. however there is other thing that i am not sure. after i putted my wheels on i can heard so little noise from the drive shaft to the rear, especially when i acceleration then stop suddenly. i don't know is because of my tire size or what? my tire size are 245/35/19 front. 265/30/19 rear. so do you guys think these are fit my e90 328xi? and do you guys know what thing will cause this noise happened?? any response will be important to me, plz feel free to post. thx
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heard some ppl say that 19x11 is too wide for e90, but when i put them on i find that is very good fitment. no rub.


after i putted my wheels on i can heard so little noise from the drive shaft to the rear, especially when i acceleration then stop suddenly.
am I reading wrong or did you just say it doesnt rub but it rubs?
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      04-11-2008, 11:45 AM   #3
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oh i mean it doesn't rub when i drive, but i just heard some noise from my drive shaft.
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      04-11-2008, 11:46 AM   #4
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I'm wondering if the noise is due to the difference in front and rear diameters: -1.948% Is it killing xdrive?
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      04-11-2008, 11:49 AM   #5
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oh, i am not really sure where is the noise came from, i only can feel that is may be the drive shaft. thx
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      04-11-2008, 11:56 AM   #6
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Well you're not going to rub right now because your car is still factory height. If you decide to lower it im sure you will encounter some rubbing issues. How does that 265 tire look on the 19x11? That is one small tire for a wheel of that size. How aggressive is the wheel & tire in comparison to your fenders when looking at either at the front wheel or rear wheel? It is very even both the wheel & tire, or is the tire slightly outside of the fender and the lip of the wheel even with the fender?
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      04-11-2008, 12:02 PM   #7
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yup i was thinking about the tire size and the wheel size 19x11 as well. but they are fit. thx for responded
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      04-11-2008, 12:07 PM   #8
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Yeah most likely its the difference in the rolling diameter messing with the xdrive.

So your saying you managed to fit a 19x9.5 wheel up front? What offset and how much do the wheels poke out from the fender?

Do you have more pics like a side shot?

You should have went with 235/35/19 tire up front.
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^^^ A shot from the rear and a shot from the front would be nice
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alright i will post more pictures later on thx for you guys responded
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hi guys do you think i should change my tire to 235/35/19 instead of 245/35/19 for the front thx
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hi guys do you think i should change my tire to 235/35/19 instead of 245/35/19 for the front thx
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OMG, you can run staggered setups on an XI but the diameters of the fronts and the rears have to be the same!!!!!!!

235/35/19 and 275/30/19 would be ideal. Go do something before you permanently fack up your xi driveline.
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OMG, you can run staggered setups on an XI but the diameters of the fronts and the rears have to be the same!!!!!!!

235/35/19 and 275/30/19 would be ideal. Go do something before you permanently fack up your xi driveline.
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hi guys do you think i should change my tire to 235/35/19 instead of 245/35/19 for the front thx
The problem is that your wheels are wider than usual, which is 8.5 - front and 9.5 - back. I use this table from e.n335:
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=127846

and based on those numbers I wasn't able to get diameters that match as closely as 235/35/19 and 275/30/19...
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alright, thank you so much guys i change back my factory wheel, and going to change my tires 235/35/19 frond, 275/30/19 rear. and then i will tell share with you guys, what happen after change those size of tires, and also i will post more pictures. thanks again
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OMG, you can run staggered setups on an XI but the diameters of the fronts and the rears have to be the same!!!!!!!

235/35/19 and 275/30/19 would be ideal. Go do something before you permanently fack up your xi driveline.
+1. There is no performance benefit at all in running staggered wheels on a FWD or AWD car.
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