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      01-30-2011, 05:52 PM   #1
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Fitment: Advan RZ-DF 19x9.5 et35 and 19x10 et22 on E92 335i

I'm planning of purchasing Advan RZ-DF 19x9.5 and 19x10 for my E92 335i. Now, would +35 front and +22 rear offset will fit my coupe? I'm going for a stretched tires look with rolling fenders, so what size of the tires would you suggest?

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Sup man, normally the standard flush is 9/10 +25 all around. If youre planning to stretch the rear with a rolled setup then its goona baby baby stretch wait more like an embryo stretch lol. Your proposed setup would be a good balance with 225/35 and 255/30 on natural camber.
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      01-30-2011, 11:00 PM   #3
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if your stretching them u should be fine with a roll...
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I'm planning of purchasing Advan RZ-DF 19x9.5 and 19x10 for my E92 335i. Now, would +35 front and +22 rear offset will fit my coupe? I'm going for a stretched tires look with rolling fenders, so what size of the tires would you suggest?

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You'll be fine with the 19x9.5 ET35 with a 235/35/19 in the front and the 19x10 ET22 with a 265/30/19 in the rear. You'll definitely have to roll the rear fenders to get that setup to work properly. I'll drop you a PM with more details!
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Won't 19x9.5 ET35 be hitting the front struts, I thougt you needed ET33 in the front to clear them.
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i have 8,5 J front and 9,5J back both ET 35 and its perfect if you are lowered. The back is not flush but i prefer fitting wider rubber with meaty sidewall instead of stretch.
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Thanks much guys.
if you search my thread on the Advan you will see many pictures . could be helpful so you can see how ET35 back looks like.
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if you search my thread on the Advan you will see many pictures . could be helpful so you can see how ET35 back looks like.
I searched on your threads many times...lol Thanks much!
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How low are you?
My car is slammed on the ground using Bilstein PSS10.
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You can run a 225/35 front and 245/35 rear also, just giving you some options
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J sent you a pm but your box is full. Can you give me your work addy? ill stop by on friday to pick up the roller
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Im running 19x8.5 +30 and 19x10 +22 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 with no rubbing just roll the fenders.
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Im running 19x8.5 +30 and 19x10 +22 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 with no rubbing just roll the fenders.
but you have a M3. that's a different story
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9.5" et35 front will most likely hit the strut
9.5" et25 is flush in front
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So did you buy them J? lol
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Hey guys im planning on doing almost the same thing. I have a e90 330 sport suspension but will be dropped on h&r sport springs.
My set up in mind is 19x9.5 et33 front and 19x10 et38 rear. My tires for the rears would be 265/30. I've heard that i should be fine with the rear set up. My problem is the front. Would 245/35 work for the front? Or do i need to go with 235/35? I hope that 245/35 would work coz i dont want the tire to be overly stretched.

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Here's a pic for reference -- 10" +23 with 265/35 Hankook Ventus V12's, rolled and pulled fenders on e92 non-M

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Hey guys im planning on doing almost the same thing. I have a e90 330 sport suspension but will be dropped on h&r sport springs.
My set up in mind is 19x9.5 et33 front and 19x10 et38 rear. My tires for the rears would be 265/30. I've heard that i should be fine with the rear set up. My problem is the front. Would 245/35 work for the front? Or do i need to go with 235/35? I hope that 245/35 would work coz i dont want the tire to be overly stretched.

Thanks in advance for your help!
10" et22 is not the same at 10" et38.
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10" et22 is not the same at 10" et38.

Ummmmm.... thats why is said 'almost the same thing'.. i didnt say exactly the same set up.
so please, unless your trying help stop making these kind of comments..

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I already helped you. 16mm is not "almost" when it comes to fitment.
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