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      05-17-2012, 09:21 PM   #1
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19x9 et 35 and 19x10 et 38 fitment question

Can anyone provide some input? I just received my AG M355s in 19x9 et 35 and 19x10 et 38 fitment. Getting Hankook V12s put on, but going with 245/35/19 and 275/30/19 to reduce the stretch, and since it appears the V12s run significantly narrower than most other brands. 2008 335 sedan sport - is fitment going to be an issue? Thanks for the help!
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It'll fit no problem.
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      05-18-2012, 06:34 AM   #3
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If the V12 runs narrow, I don't see a problem.
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Im doing the same thing but with 18's and hankook RS3
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Some folks have reported rubbing in the front with 245/35/19 on the oil cooler vent at full lock.
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Can anyone provide some input? I just received my AG M355s in 19x9 et 35 and 19x10 et 38 fitment. Getting Hankook V12s put on, but going with 245/35/19 and 275/30/19 to reduce the stretch, and since it appears the V12s run significantly narrower than most other brands. 2008 335 sedan sport - is fitment going to be an issue? Thanks for the help!
I have a 19x10 et38 on PSS in 265/30 which I have heard run bigger than others with no rubbing in the rear. Its a nice almost flush fit as well.
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      05-18-2012, 04:08 PM   #7
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Yes, I saw the thread about rubbing on the oil cooler with a 245 tire. But from checking the numbers on the Tire Rack web-site, the Hankooks run significantly narrower for tread width (I believe the PS2 is wider by almost an inch) so I'm hoping I'll be ok. Thanks everyone for all the help.
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How was the fitment afterall? Did it work?
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I have a 19x10 et38 on PSS in 265/30 which I have heard run bigger than others with no rubbing in the rear. Its a nice almost flush fit as well.
are you lowered?
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      05-16-2013, 11:30 AM   #10
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are you lowered?
No I am on stock suspension.

Ordering two new rears for this summer too. Going to go PSS in 275/30. The 265 actually looked a bit stretched on my 10 inch wheel.
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No I am on stock suspension.

Ordering two new rears for this summer too. Going to go PSS in 275/30. The 265 actually looked a bit stretched on my 10 inch wheel.
Just keep in mind that different brand and model tires will all fit differently. Those Michelins are wider than the Hankooks even in the same size.
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Just keep in mind that different brand and model tires will all fit differently. Those Michelins are wider than the Hankooks even in the same size.
Let me clarify, I bought Pilot Super Sports last year in 265/30 for the rear. They have worn out, and I need to buy a new pair, I have no tread left. After inspecting how my 265s fit, I want to get 275s.

The tires are stretched over the 10 inch wheel, and I want the tire to give the rim a little more cushion.
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Ahh okay. I thought you were comparing 265 Hankooks to 275 Michelins!
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Michelin PSS vs Conti DW

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Ahh okay. I thought you were comparing 265 Hankooks to 275 Michelins!
How much wider is the PSS than the Conti DW; looking at either 235/35 or 245/35 (f) on 9.0 , and 275/35 (r) on 10.0 width ?

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