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      03-07-2011, 10:48 AM   #1
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any experience with 285s in the rear and 255 in front?

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RUnning the M6 reps with 19x9 and 19x10 in the front and rear respectively. Wanted to know if anyone had this setup on e92 with rolled fenders and stock suspension. Need input asap.... trying to put a deal together.

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Had same setup on a e90 but on 20s. No problem you'll be fine might have rubbing issues depending the offset on your rears
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Put my M6 rears on my M3 there was no rubbing but looked like shit, there was almost no wheel spin at all. The sidewalls were too big try 285/30.
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What offsets?
If memory serves me right, front 33 and rear 30 offsets.
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Put my M6 rears on my M3 there was no rubbing but looked like shit, there was almost no wheel spin at all. The sidewalls were too big try 285/30.
Agree. It should be 285/30 in back and 255/35 in front if on 19s.

I am running 275/30 and had no issues at stock ride height. Lowered now and need to roll my fenders.
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