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      03-20-2013, 02:09 AM   #1
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Can I fit 245/18/35 on front and 265/18/35 on rear of 335i coupe? Free tires and wondering if I can make use of them on a 2007 335i e92 with stock 18 setups. Also, they are non-run flats.

Anyone know what the max tire size is for the stock 18's?
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Yeah your good especially if there free go for it
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Yeah your good especially if there free go for it
These tires wouldn't be too wide for 18X8 & 18X8.5 oem rims?
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245/35R18 recommended rim width range : 8.00 to 9.50

265/35R18 recommended rim width range : 9.00 to 10.50
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The rear tires are wider than what is recommended for your OEM wheels, but you could probably find someone to mount them. You might want to save them for a different set of wheels if you are planning on changing them in the future though.
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245/35R18 recommended rim width range : 8.00 to 9.50

265/35R18 recommended rim width range : 9.00 to 10.50
Thanks, this is great info!
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The rear tires are wider than what is recommended for your OEM wheels, but you could probably find someone to mount them. You might want to save them for a different set of wheels if you are planning on changing them in the future though.
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