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      03-25-2013, 06:37 PM   #45
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Thanks to this thread and calling around I located a shop who rolls fenders and I am able to fit a 19x10 with a 275/30/19 wheel if I don't lower the car which I don't plan on doing.
Nice! I think I am going to run the same setup.
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      03-25-2013, 07:39 PM   #46
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Yea it should look nice and be ok as long as fenders are rolled. The tire will sit even with the side of the rim so that's what I like.
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Yea 275 will be perfect. I'm going to bump up to that when my 265's need to be replaced.
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Now the question is can you run the same type of tire for the front. Can you run a little bit bigger then a 235/35 and be ok on a stock suspension
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I think that 235 is already good since it looks flush and everything, I would only worry about the rear tires and wheels.
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After looking at the f14 time and time again and realizing just how expensive they might be I think I might go with these with the 245/35 front and 275/30 rear. Having my rear fenders rolled here soon so the rear won't be a problem. I don't really want stretched tires and want them to sit flush with the edge of the rim to give me some rim protection on mi roads.
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Hi there,

I have 245/35/19 - 285/30/19 set up on stock height and slightly rolled rear fenders. After removing the oil cooler vent grill that was inside right front fender liner, no more front rubbing.

I will post some pictures later.
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here is a shot to show how rears look with 285/30/19 with rolled fenders
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Fronts have some fender gap at stock hight.
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They don't show up on the app for some reason.

It looks a bit strange, maybe 275 is the best size. I can't put my finger on why.
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Strange, they did show on the app last night. I'll repost them over the weekend.
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they must of not showed up on my app but i just seen them. wow that looks amazing. i think i will just do 275/30 tires in the rear even though you fit 285/30. that way i know i wont have problems at all. but i love that combo. its so hard to decide a color on my car because my car is green, and no one on here has a deep green metallic car with rims
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they must of not showed up on my app but i just seen them. wow that looks amazing. i think i will just do 275/30 tires in the rear even though you fit 285/30. that way i know i wont have problems at all. but i love that combo. its so hard to decide a color on my car because my car is green, and no one on here has a deep green metallic car with rims
Thanks for the nice comments...

Reason I went with 285s is side wall height comparison between front and rears:

245x0.35=85.75mm front sidewall height

I had to choose from
275x0.30=82.50mm or
285x0.30=85.50mm height for the rears.

And since Michelin PSS doesn't come in 285s I ended up getting the next best Bridgestone S04's

If you are going with 275s, I think PSS has the best looking side walls (beside the quality!)

With 245 fronts at 2/3s of lock left turns slight rub to the bolt head of the oil cooler vent. I removed it with no problems so far.

For the color of the wheels I'd say silver. Dark color wheels look good on silver or white color cars. Contrast is what shows your car and wheels best.

Put some pictures when you are done...

Happy mods!
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Thanks man, I think I'm actually going to do continental dw because I have dws right now on my stocks and have had no issues.
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Fronts have some fender gap at stock hight.
looks like dropped already. fender gap is not bad at all.
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Thanks man, I think I'm actually going to do continental dw because I have dws right now on my stocks and have had no issues.
DW Continentals are great, I have them on my wife's A4. Very quiet tires.
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looks like dropped already. fender gap is not bad at all.
Thanks Ivan, she is actually going on eibach pros today. I'll post some new pics.
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