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      12-02-2013, 10:03 PM   #1
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VMR V710?? 245 & 275 or? 285 -335i coupe

I have a 2008 335I coupe and I like the look of the VMR V710 - I want to run the max tire sizes can I go with, I am planing a spring kit Cob or H&R. With the right off set, can I go with - 245 /285? - the stock is 225 / 255 so in order to keep the ballance I would think 245 / 275 but with the extra power of the JB I may want more rubber in the rear, I do a lot of back road driving and love the nutral handling. I am also plan an LSD.
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I don't recommend tire sizing like that, and you may need to do some fender work in order to fit rubber that wide in the back. 275 should be an easier fit than the 285s though.
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Ok so can I go with 245 & 275 with the slight drop? I see pics on the VMR site of a blue 335i coupe with the black wheels, what size rims and tires are on this car?
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I don't recommend tire sizing like that, and you may need to do some fender work in order to fit rubber that wide in the back. 275 should be an easier fit than the 285s though.
I'm looking at something similar...

front
19X8.5
245/35/R19

Rear
19x9.5
275/30/R19

Suggestions?

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