Originally Posted by Jrollsp
What's the advantage of wider front? Better handling I assume? Also would that rub if I decide to lower the car later?
With the right offset ( I went 19x10 et25) you can go wider on the front and not rub even when you are lowered... some people run 275 with up front on a square setup. I went with a wider rim up front because my wheel is concave and I just wanted more "depth" of the concave. I have H&R coilovers and no rub even at full lock on 265/30/19 Michelin PSS
Maybe someone who knows more can chime in on any performance aspects. I figured I would lose overall performance because its a heavier wheel and tire combo than I could have gone with, like I said mine was for looks
E92 M3 - Borla racing midpipe/ ATAK Catback Exhaust, Macht Schnell Stage 2 CAI, Macht Schnell Pulleys, AA Tune, H&R Coilovers, Gloss Black VMR 19X11/19X10, OSS Headlights, Satin Black