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      11-02-2013, 02:28 PM   #1
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19x11 25offset with 275/30 anyone?

Anyone have pics of a 19x11 25offset with 275/30/19
thinking about going wider on the rear but i wanna see pics first
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It can work. Take a look at this thread http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=837414

Heres one with a 275 on a e90 http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=839461

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It can work. Take a look at this thread http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=837414

Heres one with a 275 on a e90 http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=839461
thanks buddy i might do 275/30
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Any pics of a E92 with 19x11 25offset with 275/30 tires?
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I just threw on 19x10 et25 with 275/30s PSSs and it was rubbing like a B!TCH at -2.6 camber. Lowered about 1" in the back.
Threw on some adjustable rear toe arms and it helped a lot. Actually at the alignment shop now trying to get the camber adjusted and fenders rolled to make sure no rubbing at all. Hoping for -2.0 camber and zero rub but I'll know shortly
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I just threw on 19x10 et25 with 275/30s PSSs and it was rubbing like a B!TCH at -2.6 camber. Lowered about 1" in the back.
Threw on some adjustable rear toe arms and it helped a lot. Actually at the alignment shop now trying to get the camber adjusted and fenders rolled to make sure no rubbing at all. Hoping for -2.0 camber and zero rub but I'll know shortly
let me know how this worked out..im thinking of going 19x10 et 30 next season.. and i have 275/30 pss also.
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Ran out of time tonight but set at -1.8 in the rear
Rubbing is almost all gone. Fenders getting rolled by a buddy Monday should get rid of it completely. I think you'll have no problem if you make a couple adjustments
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