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      04-22-2018, 02:02 AM   #1
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313s chunky setup

hi guys is anyone running 19 inch 313s with a 275 30 or 35 setup?
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hi guys is anyone running 19 inch 313s with a 275 30 or 35 setup?
Yes, I have for years.
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hi guys is anyone running 19 inch 313s with a 275 30 or 35 setup?
im running 230s which is the same size and offset 19x8 19x9 with 245/35/19 275/30/19 michelin ps4s no rubbing for 6 months now...2007 e92 335i stock suspension
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I run 19's with a 255, does that help?
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I run 19's with a 255, does that help?
255s with 19s is stock
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im running 230s which is the same size and offset 19x8 19x9 with 245/35/19 275/30/19 michelin ps4s no rubbing for 6 months now...2007 e92 335i stock suspension
With 245/35/19 275/30/19, any loss of steering response due to the wider tires/sidewall flex?

I'm wary of trying this out, just would like the best handling/precision, so would love to hear your thoughts on how it handles.
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With 245/35/19 275/30/19, any loss of steering response due to the wider tires/sidewall flex?

I'm wary of trying this out, just would like the best handling/precision, so would love to hear your thoughts on how it handles.
i had 225/255 runflats before running the 275s so traction, handling, road noise, comfort have all improved. 30 sidewall is not too big to feel the sidewall flex but 275s on a 9 inch wheel is a bit wider than id like so im sure it would handle a bit better if i had 9.5 or a 10 inch wheel...i was spinning in 3rd with 255s runflats where now it hooks great in 3rd .. gas mileage has gotten a bit worse since i upped the size both front and back... my steering wheel was always on the heavy side so i didnt see any difference there

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255s with 19s is stock
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With 245/35/19 275/30/19, any loss of steering response due to the wider tires/sidewall flex?

I'm wary of trying this out, just would like the best handling/precision, so would love to hear your thoughts on how it handles.
Wow...I must say things have changed so much now when people are worrying about sidewall flex going from a 30 to a 35!

I mean I remember going from a 60 series to a 40 series and thinking to myself.....man these things are like rubber bands! hahahahahaha

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Anyone tried running 285s? I picked Michelin A/S 3s for a crazy good deal to pass up and I read somewhere and I may be able to pull it off with the 313s

I'm currently running on 265/35 and I have no problems.
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Anyone tried running 285s? I picked Michelin A/S 3s for a crazy good deal to pass up and I read somewhere and I may be able to pull it off with the 313s

I'm currently running on 265/35 and I have no problems.
I take it this is a bad idea based on the lack of responses
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      05-04-2018, 01:00 PM   #12
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I take it this is a bad idea based on the lack of responses
im running 275s with no rubbing on stock suspension.. if i had rolled fenders im sure 285 would fit
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I'm running 19.10 with 255/30. Thins are pretty flush ATM, but maybe there is more room on the inside of my wheel well.
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Interested to see some pictures of 19 inch 313M wheels with 245 / 275

Especially PS4S tyres

Anyone got pics, I need new tyres very soon.
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Interested to see some pictures of 19 inch 313M wheels with 245 / 275

Especially PS4S tyres

Anyone got pics, I need new tyres very soon.
I have that exact setup using 275/35-19's rather than 275/30 in the rears. I'll try and grab a couple side shots tomorrow.
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I have that exact setup using 275/35-19's rather than 275/30 in the rears. I'll try and grab a couple side shots tomorrow.
That would be awesome
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      10-02-2018, 10:17 AM   #17
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I have that exact setup using 275/35-19's rather than 275/30 in the rears. I'll try and grab a couple side shots tomorrow.
275/35 on 19s?!? I have to see this. I was under the impression these would not fit on our cars.
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