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      01-31-2013, 01:29 PM   #1
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Question Pls Help! E90 LCI 19x10.5" rear wheel ET 27 fit??

Hey guys to those who've run this or currently are will this work?
Will b going with 245/35/19s on Rears for my car. Ready to buy these this evening so would like any input. Anyone running <27 ET on rears pls chime in.
Thanks for any data as its greatly appreciated.

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thats going to be a pretty aggressive stretch. I'd say 255
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Thx guys at Discount Tire showed its the narrowest tire allowed on 10.5" wheel.
Primary concern is will ET27 on 10.5" wheel will fit since LCI factory offset is 8mm
diff from non lci fitment on rears. Roads around here are the worst around so running might be an issue. Wheels ordered about an hour ago so will see once they arrive.

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They will fit fine I ran a 11.5 with a very aggressive et and had a 285/30 tire on it, only needed 2 camber in the rear. Fenders were cut and shaved just a FYI
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You can run those with a 255 and be fine.
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Thanks a lot Gents. I don't mind a little rubbing here n there but my wife gets onto me every time I "mess up" my cars. Told her if you ain't rubbin, then you ain't dubbin. Doh that's from all my years in VWs!!

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This can easily be done w/o rubbing.
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i have the exact fitment on my pre-lci and i have heaps of clearance..i actually want to chuck a 10mm spacer on
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pre-lci has more space for lower offset. I think it will work but I would probably get 30 profile tires for the rear.
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