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      05-30-2013, 01:36 PM   #1
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WTB: stock size rear tires for 162's

I'm trading my car in soon and need some tires for the rear on my e90 pre lci 335. I believe the stock size is 255/35/18. Don't care what brand, if they're RFT's, just as long as they have decent tread and the price is right.
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I have a pair of Dunlop 245-40-18 RFTs if they work for you.

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I have a pair of Dunlop 245-40-18 RFTs if they work for you.

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I know those fit on an m3 but I was under the impression a 40's series tire would be too tall on a 335 and rub? Really don't want to have the fenders rolled. Anyone know for sure?

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I know those fit on an m3 but I was under the impression a 40's series tire would be too tall on a 335 and rub? Really don't want to have the fenders rolled. Anyone know for sure?

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If you are on stock suspension, running a 245-40 in the back shouldn't rub.
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