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      02-28-2013, 12:24 PM   #1
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18" AG m359 and PSS 265/35

Hi all. Was wondering if id be ok running this setup. i know that this tires tends to run wider than other 265s on the market. Does anyone have this setup, or have this tire on a 9.5" wheel with a 33 offset. Im on stock sport ride height. Id assume it would be fine, but i don't want to deal with rubbing on hard turning or dips or anything like that. If anyone has a picture of these tires on their car with a similar setup, can you post them so i can see. thanks.
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Anyone have any insight?
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on stock sport suspension for your e92, that setup is fine. no rub.
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Those specs are made specifically for E9x's. You will have no issues what-so-ever.
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