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      03-13-2013, 10:16 AM   #1
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Will these offset work on my e90? looking for flush fitment

hey guys, i'm looking to put a set of 19's on the car, and wondering if this size and offset will be flush.

19x8.5 +15
19x10 + 20

Tires I'm planning to go 215/35/19 and 255/30/19.

Any help with this would be greatly appreciated
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I'd say go wider on the tires..
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I can go 225 front and 265 rear, but dont' think it would stretch too much on those widths
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Lowered or not? got aftermarket or stock sport suspension, stock camber or got more camber? All this will help you figure out if you'll be flush, it's not just buy any rims thinking it'll sit flush. The suspension and camber play a big roll also.

But if I assume your stock suspension, height, and camber then the front should be fine and the rear you'll probably need to add a 5mm spacer.

When I was on stock height my old tire setup was 19x8.5 +25 with 235/35 and 19x10 +22 with 265/30, it had a slight stretch in the rear. But my front was flush but the rear wasn't.
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I'm dropped on KW coils, and will probably get more camber.
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Wtf why you want 8.5 f and 10 rr. Go 9.5 f and 11 r. Front et20ish rear et25ish all depending how aggressive you want it. You could use the 235/35 and 265/30 and have aoke stretch as it seems that's what you want
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hey guys, i'm looking to put a set of 19's on the car, and wondering if this size and offset will be flush.

19x8.5 +15
19x10 + 20

Tires I'm planning to go 215/35/19 and 255/30/19.

Any help with this would be greatly appreciated
Yes they will work.
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Wtf why you want 8.5 f and 10 rr. Go 9.5 f and 11 r. Front et20ish rear et25ish all depending how aggressive you want it. You could use the 235/35 and 265/30 and have aoke stretch as it seems that's what you want
there are a couple of sets i'm considering, and one set being this spec. I've done some research on the forum about fitments, but obviously with the wider wheels it'll def. look nicer.
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