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      04-14-2013, 10:29 PM   #1
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Miro 942 fitment

Ok so I'm thinking about selling my 162 style OEM wheels and wanted to do some Miro 942 19s but was hoping some folks could help me with fitment. I've done some searching on this but can't get a good answer on my own so I figured I'd just ask.

I've never swapped rims and tires on vehicles so I don't understand every little thing. I've got vehicle commitment issues so I usually get rid of the car before I ever need new tires

So here is the setup I want:

19 x 8.5 (235 width tires) Front
19 x 9.5 (275 width tires) Rear

Now the big questions are these:

1. I know you can fit those widths on the rims but what would the height be, 35 or 40?

2. Would I need to roll the fenders on a 2008 335i with Sport Package?
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Miro 942 fitment

You would want a 35 series front (235/35/19) and 30 series in rear (275/30/19).

Fender roll depends on off-set; you will not need a roll if you keep off-set around ET36 - ET33, or if you use rear tire 265/30 you can off-set to ET30.
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