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      04-29-2018, 01:58 AM   #1
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Hey, I've done a bit of searching in the forums, but I'm still a little unsure of the tire size that would be best.
I bought some 19x8.5 et 35 (front) and19x9.5 et 35 (back) wheels, and was wondering what size would not rub.
Would 245 front and 275 rear be alright on a stock sport suspension e92 335i pre-lci? Thanks!
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Hey, I've done a bit of searching in the forums, but I'm still a little unsure of the tire size that would be best.
I bought some 19x8.5 et 35 (front) and19x9.5 et 35 (back) wheels, and was wondering what size would not rub.
Would 245 front and 275 rear be alright on a stock sport suspension e92 335i pre-lci? Thanks!
im sure you would need to roll your rear fender a bit..im running 19x9 et39 with 275s and it does not rub on stock suspension... i tried adding a 10mm spacer and it was rubbing on the smallest bumps ...so you running 9.5 et35 im sure it would be about the same or very very close to my setup with spacers.. so you probably need 2-5mm of clearance for the back

Apex wheels guy said if i go with his 19x9.5 et 33 it would need a slight roll with 275s...should be ok with 265s though
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