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      06-05-2012, 12:55 AM   #1
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what should my wheel size be and tires to look like this please help

i have a 2007 bmw335i coupe sport package silver


car>>>> http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...p1579351c.jpg/


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Not sure but they look like 20's to me
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They are indeed 20's.
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27.5lbs for just the rim alone. Add 20" rubbers and you're rolling on 4 anchors lol.
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If I add 20 for the rims and 20 for the rubbers this would slow down my car? so should I get 19 for the rims?
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with 20x8.5 you can get 235/30/20 or 245/30/20 What size are your rears???
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with 20x8.5 you can get 235/30/20 or 245/30/20 What size are your rears???
it says on the sicker on the bottom of my door this
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Front: 225/40 R 18 Rear: 255/35 R 18

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are you getting 18s or 20s?? That sticker is telling you the original tires that came with the car.
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are you getting 18s or 20s?? That sticker is telling you the original tires that came with the car.
i wanted 20s but it seems like they are going to add too much weight so should i go for 19s?
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According to tire rack the 19's are actually heavier
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