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      10-25-2014, 08:31 PM   #1
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VMR V710 - 19inch for 07' BMW 335i?

I am looking to purchase these wheels in Jet Anthracite but having trouble finding or locating the correct style fit for my car...

Any suggestions on what works for this vehicle and correct purchasing size w/o messing with the fender?
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Are you referring to the offset? If so an ideal fitment on the wheel would be 19x8.5 +35 and 19x9.5 +33. You can also run a 19x10 +38 if you want a little more concavity on the rear. Both of these fitments would be perfect for your car without requiring any fender modifications or hassles. Tire size would be a 235/35/19 and 265/30/19. Heres a sample of what that fitment would look like on your car!


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Are you referring to the offset? If so an ideal fitment on the wheel would be 19x8.5 +35 and 19x9.5 +33. You can also run a 19x10 +38 if you want a little more concavity on the rear. Both of these fitments would be perfect for your car without requiring any fender modifications or hassles. Tire size would be a 235/35/19 and 265/30/19. Heres a sample of what that fitment would look like on your car!


+ 1 Well-said!

Most common recommended fitment includes:

E90 PreLCI | E92 :

(F) 19x8.5 ET35
(R) 19x9.5 ET33 | 19x10 ET38

E90 LCI :

(F) 19x8.5 ET35
(R) 19x9.5 ET45
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So maybe you guys could help me out, I bought a used v710. I am not sure about the offset but its squared set up. the seller claim its 19x9 but on VMR website it only have a 9.5. the tire is 355/35 and I am rubbing in both rear and front. its 2011 e90 LCI X-drive

2011 335i e90 LCI Xdrive
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width: (Im assuming its 9.5)
diameter: 19in
Offset: ET33 (im guessing)
Tire: 255/35

Now if I wrap it with 225/35 or 235/35 would that eliminate my rubbing?
I also plan on raising the car height.


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So maybe you guys could help me out, I bought a used v710. I am not sure about the offset but its squared set up. the seller claim its 19x9 but on VMR website it only have a 9.5. the tire is 355/35 and I am rubbing in both rear and front. its 2011 e90 LCI X-drive

2011 335i e90 LCI Xdrive
v710
width: (Im assuming its 9.5)
diameter: 19in
Offset: ET33 (im guessing)
Tire: 255/35

Now if I wrap it with 225/35 or 235/35 would that eliminate my rubbing?
I also plan on raising the car height.



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So maybe you guys could help me out, I bought a used v710. I am not sure about the offset but its squared set up. the seller claim its 19x9 but on VMR website it only have a 9.5. the tire is 355/35 and I am rubbing in both rear and front. its 2011 e90 LCI X-drive

2011 335i e90 LCI Xdrive
v710
width: (Im assuming its 9.5)
diameter: 19in
Offset: ET33 (im guessing)
Tire: 255/35

Now if I wrap it with 225/35 or 235/35 would that eliminate my rubbing?
I also plan on raising the car height.


It has to be more than 9.5 rear. I had 19x9.5 with 265 tires on my e92 mind you and the fitment was perfect with some room just under the wheel well without rolling the fenders.
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