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      12-16-2011, 05:20 PM   #1
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rubbing issues

I was planning on purchasing varrstoen 1.1.2 rims for my e92 and i was also gonna purchase h&r sport springs at the same time. was wondering if i would have any rubbing issues based ont he rim dimensions and offsets and tire dimensions. Please give me advice as to what i should do or if what i am planning on getting will have any rubbing issues.


Rims : 19x9.5 and 19x11 offsets are 20 front and 25 rear.
Tires: hankook v12 255-35-19 front and 285-30-19 rear

Not sure if those tire sizes are good but i wanted aggressive wide tires.

Any feedback would be appreciated and if anyone has pictures ofa similar setup please post them!!
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thinkin about 265-30-19 and 295-30-19 new tire sizes


any rubbing issues? i dont think so but i wanna make sure
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Don't think you'll rub. The offsets are 25 and 20 front. 255 up front would prob be ideal but I don't think you'll rub
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you can do 265 and 295 but on the 265 front you might rub on a full lock... not an issue really ....
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so from what you guys are saying 255-35-19 front is ideal and in the rear 295-30-19 is good with no rubbing or should i go 285-30 rear?
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255-35 or 255-30 front

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295-30 or 285-30 rear???
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I'm running 265/30/19 295/30/19 with almost the same offsets and I have no rubbing you'll be fine
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I was planning on purchasing varrstoen 1.1.2 rims for my e92 and i was also gonna purchase h&r sport springs at the same time. was wondering if i would have any rubbing issues based ont he rim dimensions and offsets and tire dimensions. Please give me advice as to what i should do or if what i am planning on getting will have any rubbing issues.


Rims : 19x9.5 and 19x11 offsets are 20 front and 25 rear.
Tires: hankook v12 255-35-19 front and 285-30-19 rear

Not sure if those tire sizes are good but i wanted aggressive wide tires.

Any feedback would be appreciated and if anyone has pictures ofa similar setup please post them!!
I'm running 245/35/19f and 285/30/19r on Varrstoen 4.4's(9.5f/10.5r)...the setup is perfect diameter wise and has zero rubbing issues. I suggest going with a match in which the diameter of front and rear are as close to perfect as possible. I absolutely love my setup.
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