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      01-12-2021, 08:41 AM   #1
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Anyone running 19 inch 9.5 et 22 wheels?

What is the largest tire you can run?
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      01-12-2021, 09:17 AM   #2
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My friend ran style 95's for a while on his old e92 LCI. Those are 19x9 or 19x9.5 et22. He did run a lot though in the rear
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Thanks for replying.Do you happen to know the size he did end up using on the rears?
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I'm not certain but for an e90 et22 is probably aggressive as you can go. Maybe even rolled fender. For a e92 that's really aggressive. I have 19x10 et38 with 275 goodyear max summer tires. Lowered they rub slightly with just me in the car. I'm going to do a slight role. 19x10 et38 = 19x9.5 et32. I'd say anything past et30 for a 9.5" wheel is getting pretty aggressive for a pre-lci e92. Hope this helps.
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Thanks for replying.Do you happen to know the size he did end up using on the rears?
I think he ran 275/30/19 on the rear. That's realistically all you'll be able to rub without rubbing on everything
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So I had to roll the fenders. I now have 275 35 19 on 19x9.5 et22. Rubs when I hit a really low dip.
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So I had to roll the fenders. I now have 275 35 19 on 19x9.5 et22. Rubs when I hit a really low dip.
Sweet man thanks for sharing this info. 275/35 is really tall and I've been curious about fitment of this tire size.

What suspension are you on? Mind sharing a pic of your fender roll so we can see how much work needs to be done to fit?
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for reference I rubbed a little bit with 255/35/18 on 18x9.5 et22 in the rear lowered on e92. You will definitely need a roll with 19s
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Sure the setup works.. But for future people reading this neither the rim or tire used here is ideal and if you're going through the trouble of getting new tires and possibly rims do it right.
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For sure, ideally I would have used 265 35 18s on a 18x9x et32. However since I had these older 19" rims from my 550i and they were much lighter then my stock e92 wheels, I wanted that look for my 335i.
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My friend ran style 95's for a while on his old e92 LCI. Those are 19x9 or 19x9.5 et22. He did run a lot though in the rear
Ehm.. Style 95 are 19x9 ET24 front and 19x10 ET24 rear.
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