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      05-26-2011, 05:10 PM   #1
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Would these Fit

They are coming from an e90 and I have an e92 with sport package..

Would they fit?

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Forceum summer performance tires-19x8.5 +35
235/35/19 8/32 left

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Continental Sportcontact 2 summer performance tires
19x10 +30
275/30/19 5/32 left
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Rear will probably require a slight fender roll.
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Rear will probably require a slight fender roll.
Ditto. The Rears are a hair aggressive but nothing a slight fender roll cant fix.

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Ditto. The Rears are a hair aggressive but nothing a slight fender roll cant fix.

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+2 due to size of tire... But very do-able! If that bothers you, you can go 265 30 19.
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