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      01-28-2012, 02:25 AM   #155
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Not sure what you mean... You will be fine with any 235/35 for the front and 265/30 for the rear in terms of fitment.
i mean performance, handling, style and comfort...
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      01-28-2012, 11:30 AM   #156
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i mean performance, handling, style and comfort...
Tire choice is beyond the scope of this thread. You have so many options and will have to compromise on a few of those. Also, how much "stylishness" are you expecting from a round piece of rubber?
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Tire choice is beyond the scope of this thread. You have so many options and will have to compromise on a few of those. Also, how much "stylishness" are you expecting from a round piece of rubber?
I think u didn't get the point... anyways thanks for the support...
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      01-30-2012, 10:21 PM   #158
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Im running 245/35/19...265/30/19 extreme contacts on sport oem suspension...never rubbed...not even with 4 girls. (no pun intended) ...i think you could even do a 35 on the back as well.
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      02-04-2012, 02:04 PM   #159
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@ i6HaRd - did you have to roll the rear fenders to fit the 359's
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No rubbing...no rolling of fenders...im on sport oem suspension...with 245/35 uo front nd 265/30 ib the back. Just mount and enjoy!
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How would this fit on a e90 lci . With different tires of course
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      02-07-2012, 10:12 PM   #162
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How would this fit on a e90 lci . With different tires of course
Rears will not fit unless you take extreme measures.
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Very Nice setup. I want the same on my e90, but i look to but avant garde wheels m359 replique. The spec are 19x9+35 front and rear 19x10+25 . The rear haves same offset on the OEM, but front have 4mm less.( OEM is +31 ) The concavity are look same ??? I think yess but i want your advice. Thanks!


And i think i put 255/35/19 in rear for no rubbing at all. Let me know what you think.
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      04-08-2012, 12:56 PM   #164
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Very Nice setup. I want the same on my e90, but i look to but avant garde wheels m359 replique. The spec are 19x9+35 front and rear 19x10+25 . The rear haves same offset on the OEM, but front have 4mm less.( OEM is +31 ) The concavity are look same ??? I think yess but i want your advice. Thanks!


And i think i put 255/35/19 in rear for no rubbing at all. Let me know what you think.

The 19x9 ET35 is easier to fit in the front with a 245/35 than on 19x9 ET31.

I am not sure if the concavity is the same as I have not seen the OEM vs. AG side-by-side. Based on photos, they are very similar.
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      04-08-2012, 03:50 PM   #165
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if i have 19x10et32 rear, with tire 255/35/19, will i be able to fit 19x10et25 with the same tire, my fender are rolled already and I'm dropped. ( sport suspension oem with apexi lowered spring )
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Anybody can reply me?
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      04-18-2012, 07:32 PM   #167
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It's going to be close. I had to choose between 255/35/19 and 265/30/19 because my 265/35/19 PS2's were rubbing even with fenders rolled. I went with Falken 452's 265/30/19 and I slightly rub in really extreme conditions. I have sport stock suspension and m359 OEM wheels (ET25).
I think it also depends from one brand of tires to another as some stretch more than others.
I think the only way for you to find out is to try. And the cheapest way to try is to find some cheap used tires on craigslist or on the forum here.
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      04-18-2012, 07:55 PM   #168
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I uploaded some pics with my 359's here:

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...7#post11785047
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No rubbing...no rolling of fenders...im on sport oem suspension...with 245/35 uo front nd 265/30 ib the back. Just mount and enjoy!
I noticed your garage now indicates that you are running 255/35 in back. Is that change better or worse than the 265/30's - for appearance and/or rubbing?

I'm going with the same setup for a 2009 e92 and I'm really hoping I can just mount and go as you did with no rubbing.
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No rubbing...no rolling of fenders...im on sport oem suspension...with 245/35 uo front nd 265/30 ib the back. Just mount and enjoy!
Just wanted to add my experience - I have a 2009 e92 with sport pkg. This same setup on pilot supersports definitely rubbed in the back - not even close. I'm sure it will work with fender rolling however.

I can't imagine this worked out of the box for you - unless you already had a lot of camber dialed in your alignment.
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      01-29-2013, 07:24 PM   #171
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I love those 359.
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      05-03-2013, 05:06 AM   #172
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I totally love this wheels!!

Im thinking about purchasing the OEM 19*9 ET31 for using on the rear, an aftermarket 19*8.5 ET 29 for the front.

a bit risky, but maybe the only way to stick with 225 35 and 255 30...
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Thread revival.


It appears that on a LCI E90, there is no way to avoid fender modifications for the rears to fit without rubbing.

I realize the answer is probably a few posts above me in this thread, but just to be certain, on a 2010 335d with 265/30/19s in the rear, the rear fenders will still need to be rolled?

i6HaRd's post added a little confusion as he has no issues with the above size, but he is in a 335i coupe and I'm not certain that makes a difference.
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      10-17-2014, 09:11 PM   #174
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It appears that on a LCI E90, there is no way to avoid fender modifications for the rears to fit without rubbing.

I realize the answer is probably a few posts above me in this thread, but just to be certain, on a 2010 335d with 265/30/19s in the rear, the rear fenders will still need to be rolled?

i6HaRd's post added a little confusion as he has no issues with the above size, but he is in a 335i coupe and I'm not certain that makes a difference.
The oem rears poke on an LCI, might be flush or near it with camber, so yes plenty of fender modification is required.

Best bet for you is to run the oem fronts squared, as a 19x9 ET31 fits just fine up front and the same in back.
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