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      12-19-2012, 07:48 PM   #1
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anyone running 245/35/19 on a 19x9.5 in the front of an e90

Trying to find out if anyone is running a 245/35/19 on a 19x9.5 in the front of a e90? I have 235/35's on the wheels now and there is no rubbing. Im on stock sport suspension and i wanna see if i can run a 245 falken 452 without rubbing. Please chime in anyone if your running a similar setup. Let me know what your offset is as well.

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      12-19-2012, 08:00 PM   #2
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I ran 245/35/18 on my 10 in front pretty slammed if that helps. You can do it just gotta know how to do it
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well as i said im on stock sport suspension and with the 235's there is no rubbing no nothing. My question is can I run a 245 with no rubbing or anything as well or do i have to start going with negative camber etc to run a 245??
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      12-19-2012, 08:13 PM   #4
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i have that on my rears right now. lol
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yea, i know that would fit on rears. I'm looking for answers on the front of an e90 only.
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With stock sport suspension you will be fine I only added just over 1.0 of camber upfront and hardly any rubbing and that's slammed as I said earlier
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Depends on the offset, but just check the gap. Park your car and turn the wheel and measure the gap between your fender and tire. If you can fit another 10mm in there, you should be fine.

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Here is one with 245/35/19,but its e92.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...5&postcount=23

Also aren't Falken known to be narrower than other brands at the same size?
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