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      02-01-2015, 09:07 PM   #1
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Pic request: 230 style with meaty tires

Im getting close to needing new tires. I have a '11 e92 with style 230 rims. I am wanting to get a very square look with a pretty meaty sidewall. Any of you have pictures of maybe 235f/265r? or bigger? I don't really know whats possible without rubbing. Im on stock suspension but will be lowering as soon as i have the money. Thanks for the help guys.
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that seems to be a 8 inch rim with 245/35 on it. which would be awesome for the front. Would a 275/ 30 fit rear?
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Check my old post out.

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I am running Bridgestone RE-760 235/35/19 front and 275/30/19 rear. No rubbing.

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Awesome! thank you for the pictures. Do you think you could have gone 245 in front?
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Awesome! thank you for the pictures. Do you think you could have gone 245 in front?
Yes, I even think that a 255/30 could go up front too. But 245/35 should fit nicely!
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Are you running stock or lowered springs??
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Are you running stock or lowered springs??
I'm running stock springs. It's the sports package suspension.
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You should be fine if you want to go low with 265/30/19, 235/35/19..I'm running this set-up and I'm pretty low with no rubbing. (sorry for crappy iphone pic)

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You should be fine if you want to go low with 265/30/19, 235/35/19..I'm running this set-up and I'm pretty low with no rubbing. (sorry for crappy iphone pic)

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Nice. Do you think you could post up some pics closer to the fenders? Also do you think you could go with 275r 245f if you were a little higher?
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