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      09-13-2020, 10:19 PM   #1
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Changing from 19" to 18" staggered setup for E92

I am planning to change my 19" staggered setup to 18" staggered on my e92 w/ sport package. I'm looking at doing 18x8.5 fronts and 18x9.5 rears. I was wondering what is the optimal tire sizes that I can use for this. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Look up Apex's wheel and tire fitment guide for the e9x non-m. Lots of good reference info for widths, offsets, tire sizes, required adjustments (spacers, fender rolling), etc.
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225/40-18 & 255/35-18 (with a slight stretch on the front sidewall) or 1 size wider (235/265)
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I am planning to change my 19" staggered setup to 18" staggered on my e92 w/ sport package. I'm looking at doing 18x8.5 fronts and 18x9.5 rears. I was wondering what is the optimal tire sizes that I can use for this. Any help is greatly appreciated.
I run 225/40/18s up front and 255/35/18 on rear - looks pretty nice if you ask me.

You can see 2 pix in this thread: https://www.e90post.com/forums/showt...09340&page=257
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Look up Apex's wheel and tire fitment guide for the e9x non-m. Lots of good reference info for widths, offsets, tire sizes, required adjustments (spacers, fender rolling), etc.
and where would Apex's guild be hiding? Something I'd like to see
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and where would Apex's guild be hiding? Something I'd like to see
Here you go!


https://support.apexraceparts.com/hc...-Fitment-Guide
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