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      02-06-2013, 11:29 AM   #1
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Usually wouldn't ask for help but .....

E92 335i

19x9.5 +30 and 19x10 + 20

Tires ???

235/35 F and 255/30 R OR

245/30 F and 265/30 R

Lowered on KW about 1.5 inch all around.

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Thank you in advance
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Usually wouldn't ask for help but .....

E92 335i

19x9.5 +30 and 19x10 + 20

Tires ???

235/35 F and 255/30 R OR

245/30 F and 265/30 R

Lowered on KW about 1.5 inch all around.

Thoughts ? Opinions?

Thank you in advance
235/35 F and 255/30 R

be carful with the the fronts, you dont want to rip your fenders since theyre made of plastic
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you should also post better titles when you open a thread and :
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you should also post better titles when you open a thread and :
Thanks brosef
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The 335I looks awesome when lowered, but as brgmatthew advised the chances are very high on ripping your fenders. I ripped mine.
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Especially when parking each time and with some speed bumps which are unusually high the underside of the bumpers bruise easily too & tear off as quickly. Once that is done, the cost to get OEM new & re-paint can be $1500 + easily.
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