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      09-25-2012, 02:20 PM   #1
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19x9.5/10.5 (+20, +22) a bad idea?

Wheels I'm interested in come in only those offsets and it seems like it may be too much trouble.

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I'm guessing you saw that blue E92 on Varrstoens?

10.5et22 is going to need a lot of fender work and camber.

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I'm guessing you saw that blue E92 on Varrstoens?

10.5et22 is going to need a lot of fender work and camber.

Unsure about front
You know me well.

Yeah after some research I've decided against it. Just not worth all the hassle in the end for some TE replicas.
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You know me well.

Yeah after some research I've decided against it. Just not worth all the hassle in the end for some TE replicas.
lol I'm going for a new set of custom offset wheels again, and my goals only end in hassles
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lol I'm going for a new set of custom offset wheels again, and my goals only end in hassles
Bored of the current setup? Looks great with the rest of the car.

Whatever it is, good luck and let's hope the car is still plenty drive-able.
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Bored of the current setup? Looks great with the rest of the car.

Whatever it is, good luck and let's hope the car is still plenty drive-able.
I'm new to the form this is my 1st post.
I have a 2007 335i convertible.
I purchased some asanti wheels 19 x 8 & 19 9.5
which size tires should I be running
I was thinking Toyo Proxes 4 245/35/19 front & 265/30/19 rear
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I have a 2007 335i convertible.
I purchased some asanti wheels 19 x 8 & 19 9.5
which size tires should I be running
I was thinking Toyo Proxes 4 245/35/19 front & 265/30/19 rear
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Know the offsets of the wheels? Are you lowered?
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Bored of the current setup? Looks great with the rest of the car.

Whatever it is, good luck and let's hope the car is still plenty drive-able.
Thanks!

I think what you want is my current setup - rub free while lowered on 265's.

8.5et whatever
10.5et30ish.
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Know the offsets of the wheels? Are you lowered?
Car is all stock no sport suspension.
5x120 is the lug pattern
not sure about offsets I can find out tomorrow.
the wheels it's coming with are
Goodyear f1 tires The Wheels Are 19x8 In The Front With 245/35/19 Tire And 19 9.5 In The Rear With 275/30/19
I believe they came off of a M3,
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Thanks!

I think what you want is my current setup - rub free while lowered on 265's.

8.5et whatever
10.5et30ish.
I'm probably heading towards VMR V710s with
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10 et 38 in the rear

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Car is all stock no sport suspension.
5x120 is the lug pattern
not sure about offsets I can find out tomorrow.
the wheels it's coming with are
Goodyear f1 tires The Wheels Are 19x8 In The Front With 245/35/19 Tire And 19 9.5 In The Rear With 275/30/19
I believe they came off of a M3,
Thanks for the reply
So what exactly are you asking? Tire preference?

I originally thought you were asking which tires you'd need for your wheels to fit without rubbing but that's clearly not the case.
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I'm probably heading towards VMR V710s with
9.5 et.33 up front
10 et 38 in the rear

Then adding spacers.



So what exactly are you asking? Tire preference?

I originally thought you were asking which tires you'd need for your wheels to fit without rubbing but that's clearly not the case.
I want to know if they will rub with those original tires and would it matter if I switched to toyo proxes 4 245/35/19 front & 265/30/19 rear.
sorry for confusing you.
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10.5et22 is going to need a lot of fender work and camber.

Unsure about front
I don't think A LOT of fender work needs to be done. My friend is running 19x10.5 et22 with some camber and a little bit of stretch. He also has a light roll for the fenders.
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I want to know if they will rub with those original tires and would it matter if I switched to toyo proxes 4 245/35/19 front & 265/30/19 rear.
sorry for confusing you.
I can't imagine any rubbing at stock height.
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Thanks!

I think what you want is my current setup - rub free while lowered on 265's.

8.5et whatever
10.5et30ish.
How do you have zero rub? I have a 265/30/19 on OEM 359 (19x10et25) with -1.55 rear camber, lightly lowered (nowhere close to slammed, maybe 10mm lower), rolled rear fenders, and I still lightly rub on high compression corners and over bumps on the corner where the bumper and fender meet...gets worse with 1 passenger, and rear passengers...forget it. Dremel down that part of the inner fender lip?
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Wheels I'm interested in come in only those offsets and it seems like it may be too much trouble.

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lol...i made a thread about the same wheels a few days ago. looks like they're a lil too agressive for me as well. my fenders are already rolled and shaved a bit...but don't want to have to run any crazy camber to get them to not rub.

ps where are the pics of the blue e92 on Varrstoens? i haven't seen it...
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That's a tough one, stretched tire is necessary since E92's have plastic front fenders
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lol...i made a thread about the same wheels a few days ago. looks like they're a lil too agressive for me as well. my fenders are already rolled and shaved a bit...but don't want to have to run any crazy camber to get them to not rub.

ps where are the pics of the blue e92 on Varrstoens? i haven't seen it...
http://www.flawlessfitment.com/2012/01/jigus-335i.html
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I don't think A LOT of fender work needs to be done. My friend is running 19x10.5 et22 with some camber and a little bit of stretch. He also has a light roll for the fenders.
Ssshh, I thought Cirock doesn't like his offsets known! xD
If you look at the blue E92 on Varrstoen TE reps, he is running 19x10.5et22 with shaving, cutting, AND pulling and he still rubs.

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How do you have zero rub? I have a 265/30/19 on OEM 359 (19x10et25) with -1.55 rear camber, lightly lowered (nowhere close to slammed, maybe 10mm lower), rolled rear fenders, and I still lightly rub on high compression corners and over bumps on the corner where the bumper and fender meet...gets worse with 1 passenger, and rear passengers...forget it. Dremel down that part of the inner fender lip?
I have no fender work. No rolling, shaving, pulling, or anything - 100% stock! I have a 265 stretched on a 10.5 which is probably your problem. That half inch could make the difference. Also, according to stance guru Tee, camber is -1.8 when lowered on coils.
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I have no fender work. No rolling, shaving, pulling, or anything - 100% stock! I have a 265 stretched on a 10.5 which is probably your problem. That half inch could make the difference. Also, according to stance guru Tee, camber is -1.8 when lowered on coils.
Thanks for the help, I imagine that the 0.5" is helping...what brand tire? My car only rubs left side when I'm driving aggressively and taking high compression corners, going in and out of steep driveways, and large bumps, though anyone else in the car is pretty bad. The -1.8 is what he says is needed to clear? Or what he believes static camber is? I have adjustable upper links for the super adjustable camber...I was thinking of going to 1.7 or 1.8 to try and solve it TBH...
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Thanks for the help, I imagine that the 0.5" is helping...what brand tire? My car only rubs left side when I'm driving aggressively and taking high compression corners, going in and out of steep driveways, and large bumps, though anyone else in the car is pretty bad. The -1.8 is what he says is needed to clear? Or what he believes static camber is? I have adjustable upper links for the super adjustable camber...I was thinking of going to 1.7 or 1.8 to try and solve it TBH...
I am running a 265/30 Nitto INVO. It stretches at a 45 degree angle:



Tee told me -1.8 is the natural camber on lowered cars. Since you're only 10mm lower than stock, you're probably still @ stock specs. I barely clear with my stock camber, so you I think you need more camber and more low.
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I am running a 265/30 Nitto INVO. It stretches at a 45 degree angle:

Tee told me -1.8 is the natural camber on lowered cars. Since you're only 10mm lower than stock, you're probably still @ stock specs. I barely clear with my stock camber, so you I think you need more camber and more low.
Ah, the nittos. That prob helps too, Michelins run notoriously wide. I will prob up the camber a bit to 1.7-1.8 and stick at the same ride height, I drive way too aggressively to do more low out back...wish i could do more low out front to have a nice even rake, but I cracked a fender before while running a less aggressive offset, albeit with less camber, and a 235 on an 8" (now on a 9). Much appreciate the insight, my man!
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