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      03-26-2008, 01:39 PM   #1
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Will a 19x10 et40 with a 275/30 rear fit an e92 on h&r sport with no rubbing at all??

I've got a set of i-Forged Senekas 19x10 et40 rear for my e92 dropped on H&R sport springs, and im trying to decide on what size of tires to buy. I'd like to stick with the proper size for a 10 inch if possible (275/30), but i cannot have the fenders rolled since it is a leased car and i have to return it in original condition when the lease is up.

I'd most likely be purchasing Falken fk452's as I’ve heard that they usually roll a bit thinner than other brands of tires.

I did a bunch of searches on the forum, but most of the threads that i came up with were over a year old and most of them had contradictory answers. I figure by now there must be someone rolling on this setup and im hoping that someone can shed some light on this question for me.

BTW, how would a 265/30 fit on a 10 inch rear? I’d consider this setup if it’s not too stretched for a daily driver.

Any info would be appreciated!

Thanks in advance for your help guys!
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You can run the 275 without any issues being lowered, depending on the tire brand you go with. We are running a 275 Generals on our 19x10.5 ET40 on our coupe lowered on H&R race springs and do not rub. With the Falken FK-452's you should be perfectly fine.
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I recently ordered 10.5 et40 rear with 275/30/19s...
I'm on stock sport suspension and I was guarenteed that they would not rub.

The retailer has pics of a e92 dropped on H&R Race springs with the following setup NOT rubbing:
19x8.5 et35 & 19x10.5 et40
245/35 & 275/35

Do a search for jleviSW or EX-m1 to see the pics.

Once I get the wheels I take pics and post. Might take awhile though. still waiting on the wheels to be shipped.
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      03-26-2008, 02:14 PM   #4
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I'm running a :

19x8.5 ET35 235/35/19 General
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with Sport suspension ... no rubs whatsoever.

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I'm running a :

19x8.5 ET35 235/35/19 General
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with Sport suspension ... no rubs whatsoever.

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Got pics???
+1, id like to see that as well!

Thanks for the info everyone! So it looks like it should be a go with the 275s then. Thats a relief because i really didnt want to be running a 265 stretched tire on a daily driver.
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Here you guys go.

I know the pics suck ... sorry. I will try to get my buddy whos all into phtography to take pics by the end of the week.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=127410

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Here's the link to some pics of our E92 on H&R race springs with a 275/30 General on our EX-M1 19x10.5 rear.

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Here's the link to some pics of our E92 on H&R race springs with a 275/30 General on our EX-M1 19x10.5 rear.

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Great! Thanks for the pics! Now at least i have an idea on how the fitment will look. Thanks again for the info everyone.
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So i finally got around to ordering them: Falken FK452 275/30-19. I'll update this thread with the results once i have them installed.
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I just ordered some FK452 in the same sizes for my iForged Monaco

245/35-19 and 275/30-19

wheels are 19x8 et30 and 19x10 et39

I am lowered on KW V1

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So the verdict is in...NO RUBBING! As you can see from the pic theres plenty of space, just make sure to keep the fat chicks out:



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