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      01-19-2011, 07:42 PM   #1
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Tire sizes for 19x10 et37

Looking into Linea Corse (style TBD) staggered setup (19x8.5 et30/19x10 et37) for e92 335i coupe with H&R Sport. Will a 235/275 set-up work without rolling fenders? I do not prefer a "stretched" look, so am a bit reticent about a 265 on the rear. I am thinking of Falken 452 or General UHP tires. I understand the Falken 275 is closer to a 265 than the Generals, so I am leaning a bit toward the latter.

Advice/thoughts appreciated from those with a similar setup.
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on a coupe, with a drop, and 10 inch rears, I think a fender roll would be a very good idea, you will most likely rub without one
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      01-30-2011, 12:14 AM   #4
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on a coupe, with a drop, and 10 inch rears, I think a fender roll would be a very good idea, you will most likely rub without one
not true at all, the 10" +37 is designed to work on a coupe without rolled fenders, even with a lowered suspension

a 265.30.19 would be the suggest rear tire size for this setup to not rub

a 275.30.19 is hit or miss

If you want a 265.30.19 tire that fills out the rim nicely and doesn't give the stretched appearance on a 10" wide wheel, try out the Hankook Ventus V12, it has more of a square sidewall.

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      01-30-2011, 03:16 AM   #5
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hey zoeb i am really interested in buying some hyperblack/polished lip linea corse dynas for my space gray coupe from you after the winter. i am not planing on lowering my xi at all and i know 235/275 setup is closer in diameter then 235/265. Should this setup fit no problem on my ride since i know XIs are taller from the factory?
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hey zoeb i am really interested in buying some hyperblack/polished lip linea corse dynas for my space gray coupe from you after the winter. i am not planing on lowering my xi at all and i know 235/275 setup is closer in diameter then 235/265. Should this setup fit no problem on my ride since i know XIs are taller from the factory?
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We don't have that color anymore, just full hyper black or full polished

If you aren't lowering, that size will be perfectly fine, even without rolling

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Zoeb - so, am I hearing that an e92 cannot run 275's on a 19x10 barrel unless ur rolled? I am currently looking for 10's but I am not going to roll my fenders, just need more contact to the road.

I am not an XI either, just a straight up e92 m-sport. Please advise.

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Zoeb - so, am I hearing that an e92 cannot run 275's on a 19x10 barrel unless ur rolled? I am currently looking for 10's but I am not going to roll my fenders, just need more contact to the road.

I am not an XI either, just a straight up e92 m-sport. Please advise.

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If the M-Sport suspension is the same as the Sport suspension then you can, I run 275's on a 10" wheel with no problem, without rolled fenders. Here's a quick shot for you:
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you should be fine ET37 isn't very aggressive however i always recommend a fender roll for piece of mind!!
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My E92 has eibach springs and 19x10 ET38 rear with a 265 tyre. The tyre doesn't look overly stretched, and there is zero need for a roll.
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Thanks for the replies. The 265 seems to be the best bet, unless I am willing and ready to fender roll should 275s present a problem.

Pete 84: what brand tires are you running? That is stock sports suspension, correct?
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If the M-Sport suspension is the same as the Sport suspension then you can, I run 275's on a 10" wheel with no problem, without rolled fenders. Here's a quick shot for you:

Sweet Jesus that is gorgeous! holy kamoly! ok, sold. PM me the specifics of ur setup [please]

thanks bro! did I mention that looks sick? it looks sick.
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Thanks for the replies. The 265 seems to be the best bet, unless I am willing and ready to fender roll should 275s present a problem.

Pete 84: what brand tires are you running? That is stock sports suspension, correct?
Yep, stock sport suspension. The tires are Nitto Invo 235/35/19 front, 275/30/19 rear.
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