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      06-26-2013, 11:33 PM   #1
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Hi, this might be a dumb question but I'm thinking about buying 313 style wheels for my 2007 328xi, will having those wheels with the tires I listed below mess up the AWD? or does it matter?

And I was thinking about getting the wheels with these tires on it:

Rim Material: Alloy
Rim Structure: 1 Piece Rim Width: 8.0 Front, 9.0 Rear
Section Width: 225 Front, 245 Rear Offset: 37 Front, 39 Rear
Aspect Ratio: 35 Front, 35 Rear Number of Bolts: 5
Rim Diameter: 19 Bolt Pattern: 5x120
Tire Brand: Rotalla/Achilles Hub Bore: 72.6
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It appears that the sizing listed there is 225/35R19 front and 245/35R19 rear. These two tires have different overall diameters and should not be used together on an AWD car. A better diameter match for the 225/35R19 front would be 255/30R19 or 265/30R19 rear.
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The tire specs are not going to work for you. You would need a 255/30/19 in the rear to match the 225/35/19 front.
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