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      11-14-2011, 05:42 PM   #1
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19x10 rear=rubbing?

Saw the 359 Competitions on an M3 this morning and realized i gotta get these in matte black. upon looking at the sizes i realized the size changes are quite drastic compared to my current 193 stock 18" rims to the AG M359'S

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Front:18x8.5 ET35 225 40R18
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Rear: 19x10 ET38 265/30/19

Im no expert but I do have some knowledge about tires and fitment on cars. Wouldnt the M359's cause rubbing on an E90 LCI with stock sport suspension (m-sport)? If I am going to need to roll my fenders and do stuff like that id honestly rather go with another set of wheels. I have heard that if I put certain tires I will be fine. If so, which tires would you guys recommend, and even with these tires will there still be any negative effects?

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LCI e90 that would be a 10 +30. 265/30 w/roll + camber no rub.
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M359's with Hankook Ventus 275/30/19.. I would even go wider 285 perhaps.


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gah. im more confused then before.


does anybody have EXPERIENCE in fitting the AG M359'S on an E90 LCI SEDAN and have any issues or no issues?
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im in the same predicament.

alan from **********s said i should be fine (same car e90 lci sport suspension) if i use Falkens since they have rounded sidewalls. still looking for feedback to see how it went for other people
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Short answer being yes, the 19x10 ET38 with a 265/30/19 can work with a Falken 452 tire so long as the car is on stock height on the E90 LCI sedans. If the car is lowered, you will most likely have to roll your rear fenders.
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I run 19x8.5 +35 front with 245/35 and 19x10 +38 rear with 275/30 tires on my stock e90 lci with no rubbing issues. They are hankook v12 tires.
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In general we don't recommend that setup, however it's possible that it could work with the right setup. If you lower the car and want to run a wide tire, fender work is required.
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In general we don't recommend that setup, however it's possible that it could work with the right setup. If you lower the car and want to run a wide tire, fender work is required.
exactly why is it not recommended for an e90 with stock suspension?
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E90 LCIs have a wider track than the non-LCIs. That fitment works fine on a non-LCI but you have more limited clearance in the rear.
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E90 LCIs have a wider track than the non-LCIs. That fitment works fine on a non-LCI but you have more limited clearance in the rear.
well if the fitment works then whats the problem to have limited clearance? sorry for all the questions i just wanna get evrything straight before i spend so much money
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Basically the decrease in clearance increases your chance of rubbing. You may be able to get away with that size depending on the tire, but fender rolling would likely be necessary to clear the rears if you lower the car.
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Basically the decrease in clearance increases your chance of rubbing. You may be able to get away with that size depending on the tire, but fender rolling would likely be necessary to clear the rears if you lower the car.
265/30/19s with stock suspension and planning on staying on stock suspension. i think ill be fine if i keep the suspension stock? and maybe get tires with rounded sidewalls like falken 452's.
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With a slight fender roll you may have more options than just FK452s. Those may work, but I just can't 100% guarantee it.
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