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      08-02-2014, 04:34 PM   #1
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9j & 10j tyre fitment

Right so iv ordered some AG M359 from chris at Cmwheels against my plans but once i seen them i had to get them lol

Originally i had planned to get the 8.5/9.5 reps and use the standard size tyres 225/35/19 and 255/30/19 and have a little stretch. Not long bought and fitted 255/30/19 goodyear eagle f1 assy2 to my rears and just bought some 225/35/19 in preperation for when these alloys come in stock.

So basically plans change and im thinking 225/35/19 and 255/30/19 is going to be giving me a little too much stretch on 9j and 10j than what i ideally want. Im thinking if the standard mv4 rears are 9j i can take these tyres and swap them onto the front AG M359 at 9j and purchase some new tyres in 275/30/19 for the rear 10j rims and just sell on the new 225/35/19 i have in the garage. Basically is there going to be any rubbing issues if i fit these tyres (car is lowered on h&r sport springs) and are the sizes ok?
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      08-02-2014, 06:40 PM   #2
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Right so iv ordered some AG M359 from chris at Cmwheels against my plans but once i seen them i had to get them lol

Originally i had planned to get the 8.5/9.5 reps and use the standard size tyres 225/35/19 and 255/30/19 and have a little stretch. Not long bought and fitted 255/30/19 goodyear eagle f1 assy2 to my rears and just bought some 225/35/19 in preperation for when these alloys come in stock.

So basically plans change and im thinking 225/35/19 and 255/30/19 is going to be giving me a little too much stretch on 9j and 10j than what i ideally want. Im thinking if the standard mv4 rears are 9j i can take these tyres and swap them onto the front AG M359 at 9j and purchase some new tyres in 275/30/19 for the rear 10j rims and just sell on the new 225/35/19 i have in the garage. Basically is there going to be any rubbing issues if i fit these tyres (car is lowered on h&r sport springs) and are the sizes ok?
Thanks in advance for any advice
Rhys
Go look over in cmwheels ad for the hyper silver ive added some pics of the 235/35 on the 9j and 265/30 on the 10j .

I dont no if you need the 265 on the rear for the bit of stretch to get under the arch when lowered or not, but fronts id say a 245 would be better as mine do have a tiny little too much stretch
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      08-02-2014, 07:09 PM   #3
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255 is fine for 10s. If anything you may want to move up to 265 for more traction. The front I'd suggest 235
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      08-03-2014, 05:31 AM   #4
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Yeh just looked at photos and seems like a size down again will be too much for me. Basically i need to use the 255/30/19 so think im going to put them onto the front 9j and buy some 275/30/19 for the 10j and sell on the brand new 225/35/19 i have in the garage. Think thats the best option - just need to know if they are going to rub really :/
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You will struggle to run 255's
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      08-03-2014, 09:28 AM   #6
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You will struggle to run 255's
Due to rubbing is it?

Just looked mv4 rears are 9j et37
The AG fronts are 9j et35

Il have to pop the mv4 rears onto the front and see how close it is as they are not far off fitment wise
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