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      03-19-2010, 02:34 AM   #1
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Arrow BBS CH-R Fitment?

What is the most aggressive offset and width setup for 19" BBS CH-R's on a 2010 335 coupe? Also, what tires will fit that setup (I'm looking for a little pull on the tires-no totally flush)? BTW, I'm lowered on KW's.

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Forgot to mention: I won't be rolling fenders so the setup specs I need will be on stock fenders. Thanks
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As of now the new CH-R only comes in a 20 inch wheel in M3 fitment.
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      03-19-2010, 07:08 AM   #4
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Tire Rack and many others sell the 335 fitment in 19" CH-Rs so does anyone have any suggestions?
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Tire Rack and many others sell the 335 fitment in 19" CH-Rs so does anyone have any suggestions?
My mistake. Havent looked at that wheel for a while.
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      03-19-2010, 11:59 AM   #6
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The black BBS CH-R is listed on tirerack as 19x8.5 ET32 and 19x9.5 ET40.
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Sizes

Tirerack suggests 235/35/19 front and 265/30/19 rear.
I ordered exactly their suggestion for my 335, but won't
know how aggressive/conservative it is until my CH-Rs
show up in late April/early May.
I'll take pictures then.
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Order changed

Well, a few weeks back I changed my order to 18" CHs instead of the 19" CH-Rs.
I had feared that the CH-Rs timing would get pushed back again and from what I can tell at TireRack they did. They are now saying June!

I'm glad I changed my order and didn't wait, plus the $ difference was enough to get some Eibachs

I'll start a new post with my pics.
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