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      01-17-2016, 06:11 PM   #1
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335is Style 313 19" Wheels - Tire Fitment

I just picked up a 335is cabrio with 19" 313 rims, and I've been doing a lot of research on the maximum tire fitment for these OEM wheels; unfortunately, none of it has been definitive. The indication from members here, on other sites, and friends, is that I should be able to fit 235/35 or 245/35 in the front and 265/30 or 275/30 in the rear. If I've read correctly, the OEM 313 19" wheels come in at 8" front, 9" rear?

So far, I am leaning toward Toyo T1 Sports on 235/35 + 275/30 as the replacements for the tires I bought the car with...but, I would like your feedback on this issue before I spend $1100 installing tires that I could potentially run into problems with.

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I have same wheels. Just picked up tires but only deviated for the rear. 265's vice 255's. If I wanted more rubber (275's or bigger) I would think hard about 9.5-10" wheels vice the 9" OEM.

Only did this cause I don't want summer tires and I also think (just my humble opinion) value for money of most of the choices is out of line.
Went with plain Conti DWS's(not the 06). 265's should fit pretty well on the rear and really don't change the diameter that much(<1%).

Have run a couple sets of these on my Z4Si and luved them in the twistys, dry or wet. Never did snow or ice Z4 and current ride are not DD's. I wont even put them on for a year or more but Conti will probably drop them from production if they haven't already.

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I just picked up a 335is cabrio with 19" 313 rims, and I've been doing a lot of research on the maximum tire fitment for these OEM wheels; unfortunately, none of it has been definitive. The indication from members here, on other sites, and friends, is that I should be able to fit 235/35 or 245/35 in the front and 265/30 or 275/30 in the rear. If I've read correctly, the OEM 313 19" wheels come in at 8" front, 9" rear?

So far, I am leaning toward Toyo T1 Sports on 235/35 + 275/30 as the replacements for the tires I bought the car with...but, I would like your feedback on this issue before I spend $1100 installing tires that I could potentially run into problems with.

Thanks.
2011 335is e92 with Conti DWS in 245/35 + 275/30 and no issues.
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You shouldn't have any problems with those sizes. It will give it nice, meaty look!
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PS2 275 30 19 on 313 9x19 was NO GO !

the tire surface was not flat, there was a dip in the middle of the thread, you could feel with the hand.

Handling was horrible

maybe other tire structure/brand will go well on 9x19
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You guys are about a month late, haha. I did buy Hankook Ventus V12 on 275 rear. No issues whatsoever.
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