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      06-14-2017, 03:10 PM   #1
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Tires for 19x8.5+37F 19x9.5+22R on E92

I know similar questions are posted and asked a lot, but I feel like the threads just always end with inconclusive bickering.

I just bought ESR SR08s for my E92. As the title says, the fronts are 19x8.5+37, and the rears are 19x9.5+22. I mocked up the rears without tires today, and I would say that it is perfectly flush. I put a yard stick on the flat part of my fender arch, and it is parallel and touching the face of the wheel.

The tire sizes I'm thinking are 225/40/19 in the front and 255/35/19 in the rear. I was going to go with Hankook Ventus V12 Evo2s. Will I need a roll in the rear (& if so how aggressive), and will these tire sizes be okay?

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Fronts need a spacer. Probably 10mm. Rear will be ok most likely. Similar fit to my 275/30-19 MPSS on 19x9.5 et35. Might need a roll. You'll be 3mm more out but the stretch or kooky tires might solve this. Love how people ask after they buy. Rears are m3 offset btw.
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Fronts need a spacer. Probably 10mm. Rear will be ok most likely. Similar fit to my 275/30-19 MPSS on 19x9.5 et35. Might need a roll. You'll be 3mm more out but the stretch or kooky tires might solve this. Love how people ask after they buy. Rears are m3 offset btw.
I got a screaming deal, and it was take it or leave it. I took it and decided to deal with the whole fitment issue afterwards. So you think those tires sizes will work, though?
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Yes but not ideal. Rear offset is whats screwing u
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