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      09-08-2012, 01:42 PM   #1
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Alufelgen CS7 fitment

Just looking to get some advice if it will fit.

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19 x 8.5 + 35 (PS2 255/40-19) Front
19 x 9.5 + 35 (PS2 285/35-19) Rear

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19 x 8.5 + 35 (PS2 255/40-19) Front
19 x 9.5 + 40 (PS2 285/35-19) Rear

Preference is on the CS7.
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      09-08-2012, 03:23 PM   #2
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Why so big tires? Most common size are 235/35/19 + 265/30/19.
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Looking to go equal in size to my M5 and can use the extra rubber on the track.
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You might get away with the width, but I still recommend 35 and 30 tire profile.
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Just looking to get some advice if it will fit.

Alufelgen CS7
19 x 8.5 + 35 (PS2 255/40-19) Front
19 x 9.5 + 35 (PS2 285/35-19) Rear

BBS CH:
19 x 8.5 + 35 (PS2 255/40-19) Front
19 x 9.5 + 40 (PS2 285/35-19) Rear

Preference is on the CS7.
I would try to keep it at 255/35/19 and 285/30/19 Max. Let us know how it goes when they are installed!
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I'm thinking about 18" now:

What about these options:
245/40/18 on 18 x 8.5 + 35 Front
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255/35/18 on 18 x 8.5 +35 Front

285/35/18 on 18 x 9.5 +45 Rear
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I'm thinking about 18" now:

What about these options:
245/40/18 on 18 x 8.5 + 35 Front
or
255/35/18 on 18 x 8.5 +35 Front

285/35/18 on 18 x 9.5 +45 Rear
I would go with a 255/35/18 and 275/35/18. Let us know. Our CS7 are in stock and ready to ship.
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PS2s compared to other tires of the same size are a lot bigger and wider then you think. There was a picture on here this past week comparing the two tires. You should search for it.
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With a 19'' setup, you could go 245/35/19 & 275/30/19 with nice meatier tires like Pilot Super Sports - however, the 255/40/19 & 285/35/19 would most likely cause a rubbing issue.

If you do custom wide fenders, you can probably get away with 255/35/18 & 285/35/18.
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