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      01-28-2014, 03:38 PM   #1
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URGENT! 10.5 265 35 19 with fender roll?

Ok so I ended up buying 265 35 19 on 10.5 19" wheels now my rear is rubbing like there is no world tomorrow.. will fender roll fix the problem? I have ES2.2.2 varrestone.
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      01-28-2014, 03:48 PM   #2
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Should. That's what I did. Also do a pull.
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Didn't work for me, I just ended up getting rid of them.

Have 19s again with different tire sizes, no problems.
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damn it... I don't think it's working.. pulled and did a fender roll and it's still rubbing like hell.. luckily a guy who did my fender is willing to pull even more.. hopefully it'll work.
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Are they a low offset?
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To get rid off the rub completely, your best bet is to go with more stretch like 245/35/19, a good fender roll and max stock camber (come around -2.6 ~ -2.8). If that does not do it, then go for adjustable camber and toe arms (ie. Megan racing).
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265-35 19x9 zero rub and no fender roll
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To get rid off the rub completely, your best bet is to go with more stretch like 245/35/19, a good fender roll and max stock camber (come around -2.6 ~ -2.8). If that does not do it, then go for adjustable camber and toe arms (ie. Megan racing).
First thing he should do is to take the rear wheels off and look where it rubs. There will be marks. He might have to cut that fender/bumper bracket out and maybe the inner fender lip also. Stiffer springs would also help as well as those FK bumpstops.

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Ok so I ended up buying 265 35 19 on 10.5 19"
If the tyre size isn't typo no wonder you are rubbing that has too high height ratio. It should be 265/30/19, but like yamazaho said you probably need narrower tyre. Marcadelic had 255/30/19 http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=864080 Don't ruin your fenders look with too much rolling and pulling.

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Are they a low offset?
Most likely et22 since the wheels are varsstoen.
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If you are running anything wider that a 245-19 you should be running a "30" series tire.
A 265/35-19 is a M3 tire. I'm running a 275/30-19 on the rear of my car; sport suspension, correct offset wheels, no roll or pull, and I get zero rubbing.
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