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      06-19-2013, 04:27 PM   #1
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Offset question

Found a good deal on a set of wheels and was wondering if the offsets would work since they came off a e46 m3.
front wheels: 19x8.5 et32 with hankook ventus v12 225/40zr19
rear wheels: 19x9.5 et32 with hankook ventus v12 255/35zr19
It optional rear of:
rear wheels: 19x11 et25 with hankook ventus v12 285/30zr19

I would really want to run 9.5 in front 11 in rear but I think it may be to agressive. What do you guys think?
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if you are going to run the 8.5/9.5 set up you'll be good for the most part...tires are a little tall, but if you are on coilover just adjust them so you don't kill the inside of the fender.

you can run the 9.5(32) in the front but would have to get a different size tire..like a 225/35 or 235/35. You could run the 11(+25) in the rear, but you would need to run 265/30 tire with rolled fenders and add about 1-1.5 extra degree of negative camber, as your rear would stick out about +13mm.
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The 19x8.5/19x9.5 stagger will work, but I would advise against using those tires. 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 is what's recommended/common for your car.

If you want to run the 19x9.5s up front, you definitely would need a narrower tire. I've seen this done with 235/35/19s before. For the rear, fender work and stretched tires will be needed. Definitely do not run those 285s on there.
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The 19x8.5/19x9.5 stagger will work, but I would advise against using those tires. 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 is what's recommended/common for your car.

If you want to run the 19x9.5s up front, you definitely would need a narrower tire. I've seen this done with 235/35/19s before. For the rear, fender work and stretched tires will be needed. Definitely do not run those 285s on there.


Sorry for jacking your thread, but I'm kinda in the same situation. How about 19x9.5 et32 with 275/30/19 for the rear?
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Sorry for jacking your thread, but I'm kinda in the same situation. How about 19x9.5 et32 with 275/30/19 for the rear?
thats fine. you dont even need to roll the fenders unless you're super dumped to the ground and/or the tires run wide like PSS.
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