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      09-03-2011, 03:30 PM   #1
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335i Tire fitment

My rear currently has 255/30/20

anyone has 285/35/19 on the rear of a 335i? I seen the post where one guy has it on his m3 without rubbing what so ever. But you think it'll fit my 335i coupe? I want alot of meat and to fill the wheel well completely, roads are crappy here in RI, that's also the reason i need to lower the size.
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      09-03-2011, 05:51 PM   #2
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285/35/19 won't fit on an e92 335i

285/35/18 will fit if you roll the fenders

but then again it also depends on the specs of the wheels and what type of tire
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I had a E92 328i. Same clearances and dimensions as the 335i. I had 275/30/19's out back and that was the maximum without fender alteration etc. I've heard of guys very tightly fitting 285's back there but it greatly depends on the offset of the wheel itself.
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I had a E92 328i. Same clearances and dimensions as the 335i. I had 275/30/19's out back and that was the maximum without fender alteration etc. I've heard of guys very tightly fitting 285's back there but it greatly depends on the offset of the wheel itself.
Yup

if you want to go wide to 285, drop to 18s, roll the fenders, and you're good to go
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      09-04-2011, 09:04 AM   #5
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thank you guys, much appreciate it!!
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