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      01-11-2012, 07:38 PM   #1
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pre-lci e90 rear: what's the widest tire on a 19x10.5 et22?

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with a good suspension you can get a 285 on it, and need shaved fenders.

You are probably wanting the safe route, in which stick with a 265/30.
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wow, i didn't know we could stuff a 265 in there on a 10.5" with that low of an offset.

I guess a 275/30 isn't totally out of the question then, maybe rolled fenders would be enough?
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Stick to 265/30.
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