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      08-13-2014, 03:02 PM   #1
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Thoughts on setup please

Would 220m rims with tires 265/30/19 fit on my 335i e93 with rolled fenders and not rub?
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Would 220m rims with tires 265/30/19 fit on my 335i e93 with rolled fenders and not rub?
Need to know the width of the rim in inches and the offset also so I can help you....
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Would 220m rims with tires 265/30/19 fit on my 335i e93 with rolled fenders and not rub?
Need to know the width of the rim in inches and the offset also so I can help you....
The wheels specs are: front 19x8.5 (offset +29) rears 19x9.5 (offset +23) These are the m3 220m rims
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You are good !!! Aggressive set up but it will fit.
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You are good !!! Aggressive set up but it will fit.
Hoping! They rubbed before but I rolled the fenders after switching to 255/30/19. But 265 is one third the price. Hoping nothing rubs!!
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Go with Toyo's t1r or Pirelli nero's they tend to more round around edge... They help when you rubbing

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Go with 245/35/19 on the rear it will stretch that tire pretty good and drop the overall diameter close to 25.2-25.6 and run a 225/35/19 on the front... That way for sure it won't rub
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Depends on the brand of tire.
I run 19x10 +25 265/30/19 nitto invo needed a roll. 255/30/19 would be just right.


Upfront you'll be fine. I am 19x9 +25 225/35 stretched nice.

Hankook v12 are a narrower tire many stanced cars run those they are a little harder compound like the old fk452
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I had them on my e92. You just need to get the fenders rolled. I had a 265 in the rear but I'm not sure about the e93 fenders
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