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      08-19-2011, 05:17 PM   #1
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Asking the eternal question, will it rub with Eibach springs on a 2011 E90 M3? I know the RE-11 runs large but hoping the mild drop from the Eibachs coupled with the 10.5" rim width will be good news. Any thoughts from the fitment experts? Specs below...

19x10.5 +23 offset
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It's very likely you'll rub with 285/35/19. The RE11 has a pretty square profile so unless you've dialed in a fair bit of negative camber, I doubt it will fit.
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Asking the eternal question, will it rub with Eibach springs on a 2011 E90 M3? I know the RE-11 runs large but hoping the mild drop from the Eibachs coupled with the 10.5" rim width will be good news. Any thoughts from the fitment experts? Specs below...

19x10.5 +23 offset
Bridgestone RE11 in 285/35/19
Why not run a 295/30/19, closer in diamater to OEM than the 285/35/19. Although the 23mm offset could be the deal breaker...
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Reason I'm asking about the 285/35 is its an existing wheel/tire package I'm looking at picking up... I suppose worst case scenario if it rubs I could ditch the rears for a pair in 275/30/19 but thats not optimal of course. Anyone else?
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Reason I'm asking about the 285/35 is its an existing wheel/tire package I'm looking at picking up... I suppose worst case scenario if it rubs I could ditch the rears for a pair in 275/30/19 but thats not optimal of course. Anyone else?
275/30/19 would probably worse in the fact that its a fair stretch on 10.5" rims.
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Asking the eternal question, will it rub with Eibach springs on a 2011 E90 M3? I know the RE-11 runs large but hoping the mild drop from the Eibachs coupled with the 10.5" rim width will be good news. Any thoughts from the fitment experts? Specs below...

19x10.5 +23 offset
Bridgestone RE11 in 285/35/19
Sorry to bring up an old thread, but just wondering if you had any rubbing issues with the 285/35/19's with Eibach springs?
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Sorry to bring up an old thread, but just wondering if you had any rubbing issues with the 285/35/19's with Eibach springs?
Yep I did actually, I got some minor rubbing over dips/bumps. Ended up swapping the RE-11's for Pilot Super Sports and now all is well.
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Yep I did actually, I got some minor rubbing over dips/bumps. Ended up swapping the RE-11's for Pilot Super Sports and now all is well.
Thanks for the info!
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Bro run 285/30/19

I just fitted P Zero Corsa (GTS OEM size) and its perfect

285/35 is too tall
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Bro run 285/30/19

I just fitted P Zero Corsa (GTS OEM size) and its perfect

285/35 is too tall
RE-11's don't come 285/30/19.
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RE-11's don't come 285/30/19.
what size did u ended up on pss?
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Reason I'm asking about the 285/35 is its an existing wheel/tire package I'm looking at picking up... I suppose worst case scenario if it rubs I could ditch the rears for a pair in 275/30/19 but thats not optimal of course. Anyone else?
sorry the above question was for u.
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what size did u ended up on pss?
275/35/19 on the PSS. No issues at all.
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275/35/19 on the PSS. No issues at all.
You think 275/30/19 PSS on 19x10 +25 square will rub?
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