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      03-05-2015, 03:54 PM   #1
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Pre LCI 335 e93 Fitment?

Hi guys,

New to the forum and I was thinking of changing the tires and rims on my 335. I did some searching but I couldn't find much on the exact setup I was looking at below:

I was wondering if this setup would work?

19 x 8.5 ET 35 with 255/35/19 Front
19 x 10.5 ET 32 with 285/30/19 Rear

Rears will be rolled if required and the car will be dropped on BC Racing Coils.

Thanks in advance!
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19x8.5 (+35) is good
255/35/19 will not work. Its too wide. 245/35 would be better. And with the 8.5 you can do a 235/35 and your tire will still not be stretched

19x10.5 (+32) will put the RIM 1mm BEHIND the fender
285/30/19 will not work with the above wheel specs. If you want those wheel specs you will need to run a slightly stretched rear tire and maybe an extra .5 degree of negative camber. Maybe a 255/265 tire instead. If you want to run the 285 tire you would need a 10.5 wheel in offsets closer to +40mm

I hope this helps out
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Hey ACEE,

Thanks for the reply!

I was speaking to the guy at the shop and that's what he recommended to me, but I was skeptical so I wanted feedback from you guys on the forum.

I think i'm probably going to go with the 245/35 in the rear as per your recommendation.

In terms of the rear, i've read that a 265 setup in rear should match a 235 in front so that it matches the diameter of wheel?

Would this make the front slightly stretched as well or no stretch at all. I don't mind the rear being slightly stretched as long as its nothing major.
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Hey ACEE,

Thanks for the reply!

I was speaking to the guy at the shop and that's what he recommended to me, but I was skeptical so I wanted feedback from you guys on the forum.

I think i'm probably going to go with the 245/35 in the rear as per your recommendation.

In terms of the rear, i've read that a 265 setup in rear should match a 235 in front so that it matches the diameter of wheel?

Would this make the front slightly stretched as well or no stretch at all. I don't mind the rear being slightly stretched as long as its nothing major.
I'm guessing you meant 245/35 in the FRONT... LOL

the fronts won't have any stretch at all with a 235. Well depending on what kind of tires you get. I should sale you my goodyear assymetric tires. Those jokers don't stretch at all. I have a 225 on a 9 and it looks like its a 235 and a 255 on a 10.5 and it looks like a 275 hahaha.
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I'm guessing you meant 245/35 in the FRONT... LOL

the fronts won't have any stretch at all with a 235. Well depending on what kind of tires you get. I should sale you my goodyear assymetric tires. Those jokers don't stretch at all. I have a 225 on a 9 and it looks like its a 235 and a 255 on a 10.5 and it looks like a 275 hahaha.
Haha, yeah.. I meant 235 in the front. Assuming i run this new setup:

19x8.5 ET 35 with 245/35/19 OR 235/35/19 - Front
19x10.5 ET 32 with 265/30/19 - Rears

I'll have very slight stretch in the rear, and almost none in the front?
I don't mind the negative .5 camber but just want to make sure that i'll have a flush look.

How does the goodyear hold up vs the PSS or toyo in terms of durability/longevity? (your car looks amazing btw!)
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Haha, yeah.. I meant 235 in the front. Assuming i run this new setup:

19x8.5 ET 35 with 245/35/19 OR 235/35/19 - Front
19x10.5 ET 32 with 265/30/19 - Rears

I'll have very slight stretch in the rear, and almost none in the front?
this is correct
I don't mind the negative .5 camber but just want to make sure that i'll have a flush look.
give or take flushness but yes

How does the goodyear hold up vs the PSS or toyo in terms of durability/longevity? (your car looks amazing btw!)
IDK I got them b/c it was rated as a more quiet tire. I don't drive it every day...so my tires last a while haha
hope that helped, but always keep in mind that the tire brand will determine the stretch b/c some tire widths are smaller and other run bigger.
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Wondering if anyone could chime in on this setup for Work CR Ultimates on a e93?

19x9.5 ET25 Deep Concave
19x10.5 ET22 Super Deep Concave

Maybe running a 225/35 or 235/35 in the front, and 255/30 or 265/30 in the rear. Was wondering if I would have any rubbing issues? Same as before, the rear will be rolled but the front wouldn't be - Also the car will be dropped on BC Coils.

Thanks again!
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Wondering if anyone could chime in on this setup for Work CR Ultimates on a e93?

19x9.5 ET25 Deep Concave
19x10.5 ET22 Super Deep Concave

Maybe running a 225/35 or 235/35 in the front, and 255/30 or 265/30 in the rear. Was wondering if I would have any rubbing issues? Same as before, the rear will be rolled but the front wouldn't be - Also the car will be dropped on BC Coils.

Thanks again!
225/35/19 and 255/30/19 with the rear fender roll and most likely some camber. Would look like this http://varrstoen.com/news/es3-19-bmw...d-powder-coat/
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225/35/19 and 255/30/19 with the rear fender roll and most likely some camber. Would look like this http://varrstoen.com/news/es3-19-bmw...d-powder-coat/
Thanks so much for the reply! Is there a +rep button or something that I can hit for all the help you two offered?
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