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      11-16-2012, 02:07 AM   #1
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10" rears on E92

So I purchased a set of VMR 710's 19x8.5 et 35 front and 19x10 et 38 rear the other day and I am unsure of what size tires to order.

I am thinking about the Michelin PSS in 235/35/19 for the front (which should fit based on searching) and a 265/30/19 for the rear. Would a 265 or a 275 on the rear fit ok without fender rolling?
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      11-16-2012, 02:09 AM   #2
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265 is good, 275 with fender rolling just to be safe. It's only a 10mm difference anyway.
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Goonnaa look faaaat lol 265 should be good, haven't heard of anyone rubbing with those.
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If you have stock sport suspension, you won't rub on 275s....which I think look a little less stretched than the 265s.
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No rubbing with a 265. You can run a 275 if you have your fenders rolled.
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265s are good enough for grip, unless you are making huge power or tracking the car!

I like the stretched look, IMO.
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I'm looking into getting these same wheels for my G37. Post some pictures up when your done. If VMR tells you 265, then I would stick with 265's lol.
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Ill def get some photos up I'm stoked to get these things on.

Not making a ton of power just yet I only have jb4, DCI and downpipes but by the spring I will have a meth kit installed as well so I could do with some grip. It looks like my fenders may already be rolled so I may consider the 275's..
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Just curious, why such conservative offsets?
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10 +38 means you can run a 285 with NO rollolool.
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Well I found these locally and got a decent deal on them so I went with that. I saw a couple photos of that offset and it looked pretty good. I'm not really into the real aggressive setups I am mostly aiming for better grip (obviously still has to look good).

Although I do think I will be getting continental extreme dw's instead of the pss as this is a daily driver that will never see the track. Those should still be quite sticky in the dry when I feel like romping on it but I guess we'll see.
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