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      03-01-2011, 10:22 PM   #1
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275 30 19's on rear of E92

Hey Guys, Who is running 275/30 19's on the rear of an E92 ? What is your wheel size and offset ? Do you experience rubbing ? Have you had to roll your fenders ?

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I got a 19x10 et is 37-38 i think.. Coils and no rubbing at all.
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rear 275

Are you runing a 275 30 19, and have you had fenders rolled ?

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19x10 et.37 with 275/30/19 Nitto Invo tires on OEM sport suspension. Fenders are NOT rolled, and I don't have any rubbing issues. Here's a quick shot:
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Yes i have this setup, yes my fenders are rolled but i didint have to roll them.. I did it to be cautious
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The 19x10 ET37-40 with a 275/30/19 tire will not cause rubbing issues on a vehicle that is stock height or is slightly lowered.
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Stock Sport height is perfectly fine for the setup you are looking to run. If you do plan on lowering it, fender rolling will be required.

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19x10 et.37 with 275/30/19 Nitto Invo tires on OEM sport suspension. Fenders are NOT rolled, and I don't have any rubbing issues. Here's a quick shot:
looks like you could get 285's back there! not sure if it'd rub against strut though
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Thank you, your car looks great.

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19x10 et.37 with 275/30/19 Nitto Invo tires on OEM sport suspension. Fenders are NOT rolled, and I don't have any rubbing issues. Here's a quick shot:
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Stock Sport height is perfectly fine for the setup you are looking to run. If you do plan on lowering it, fender rolling will be required.

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The 19x10 ET37-40 with a 275/30/19 tire will not cause rubbing issues on a vehicle that is stock height or is slightly lowered.
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Not yet, my car is under construction..
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What about same tire 275x30x19 for a 19 / 9.5 / ET 36 for rear?

Thanks for your help..
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Hey Guys, Who is running 275/30 19's on the rear of an E92 ? What is your wheel size and offset ? Do you experience rubbing ? Have you had to roll your fenders ?

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My rear tires are 275/30 19 on 9.5 with 35 offsets. NO rubbing, tremendous grip.

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Wicked mate u will have to show some pic when they are on.
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What about same tire 275x30x19 for a 19 / 9.5 / ET 36 for rear?

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This would work perfectly fine.

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275/30/19 with ET25 on mine. Sport spring height. Yes, I did roll my fenders. No issues with this set-up.
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This would work perfectly fine.

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Thanks everyone for the info..
Just got Falken 275/30/19 for rear. No rubbing & w/o rolling the fender
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Do you thing 285 can work? heheh I can see that there's still slight room..
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I hate 265/35/18's on oem m tech suspension for some reason i get rubbing mostly on the driver back qp im not too sure why tho?
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I hate 265/35/18's on oem m tech suspension for some reason i get rubbing mostly on the driver back qp im not too sure why tho?
If your aspect ratio was 30 instead of 35, I don't think it would rub.
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I'm running 275/30/19 on 19x10 et25 on e92 sport suspension.
They do NOT rub!! My fenders are not rolled.
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