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      11-01-2018, 06:33 PM   #1
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Will a 285/35/18 tire on a 18x9.5 ET35 rim fit on a E90 335i LCI Sedan?

Will a 285/35/18 tire on a 18x9.5 ET35 rim fit on a E90 335i LCI Sedan?

Has anyone done it with just fender rolling or minor shaving by the rear bumper area about 2 inches height above bumper on both sides and about a 1/4" width maybe more, I just rolled the rear quarters.
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You can definitely get this to fit, it might take a little bit of work though.

What are you running for suspension?
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Its on the car right now over speeds humps and dips it rubs but its not bad. Although over time it might damage the sidewall and chip dent the quarter by the rear bumper. I think I just have to shave it I don't want to pull it.

For now I'm going to get masking tape and mask the area to see where its making contact.

Its the stock M-sport suspension will I have problems w coilovers?
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Not really sure how well will they fit.

On stock setup even 275 rub.

Check this guide -> E9x Non-M fitment
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Its on the car right now over speeds humps and dips it rubs but its not bad. Although over time it might damage the sidewall and chip dent the quarter by the rear bumper. I think I just have to shave it I don't want to pull it.

For now I'm going to get masking tape and mask the area to see where its making contact.

Its the stock M-sport suspension will I have problems w coilovers?
Depends on how much you drop it. Coilovers will be stiffer and won't allow as much suspension travel, so at the proper ride height it could eliminate any rubbing. This will really only affect the top portions of the wheel, if you're rubbing on the sides then you might need some shaving.
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Update

It was rubbing just over the rear bumper about 1.5" area on each side so I shaved that and left the rest rolled and sprayed it. The liners are still rubbing.

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