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      10-03-2012, 03:04 PM   #1
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19/9.5 Square Setup will it work?

I have an 11' m3 coupe standard package. Not lowered or cambered.

Will an 19/9.5 square set up rub?

I'm not worried about the rear due to the fact that the stock wheels are already 9.5.. More worried about rubbing in the front.

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I run 10" rims up front with 265/30 tires. Offset is +22 I believe, no rubbing. ZCP stock height. So I'm sure you are good unless the offset is stupid low.
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Any idea if a 15mm offset will be okay on the front?
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You can surely do a squared setup in 19x9.5" ET15. Depending on the tire sizes and tire brand you end up with, you may need to camber in the front a little bit (maxing out stock camber should be okay) in order for the front wheels to clear your fenders.
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As another data point, I'm running 19x9.5 ET24 on 265/35R19 with 15mm spacers in the rear on KW V3. No matter what suspension setting I'm on, the front tires scrub the rear portion of the fender liner at about halfway to steering lock.
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i have 19x9.5 et 22 all the way around with ad08 265/30 no rubbing. i run a rear spacer just to give it a flush look.
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19 x 9.5 ET27 - 275/30-19 squared (5mm spacer in front, 20mm spacer rear):


20 x 9.5 ET20 - 265/30-20 squared (14mm spacer rear):


No rubbing.
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19 x 9.5 ET27 - 275/30-19 squared (5mm spacer in front, 20mm spacer rear):


20 x 9.5 ET20 - 265/30-20 squared (14mm spacer rear):


No rubbing.
What rims are on the black one ?
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What rims are on the black one ?
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They're BC Forged. Very nice wheels
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A 9.5 +15 offset in front will need some negative camber to clear, but it is possible. You should need about 3 degrees of negative camber to fit a 275 tire with a 9.5 +15 offset wheel.
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A 9.5 +15 offset in front will need some negative camber to clear, but it is possible. You should need about 3 degrees of negative camber to fit a 275 tire with a 9.5 +15 offset wheel.
I run a 10.5 +20 wheel and a 275 tire on the front with only 1.6 degrees of camber.
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just for reference, our IB M3 has 18x9.5 front with ET18, 285/35 tire mounted with -3.2 camber with no rubbing issues for the fenders.
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I am looking to run a 19x10 wheel et25 Square setup, I am on stock EDC suspension 11 M3 can anyone chime in about this rubbing or not? 265-30-19 275-30-19?

Either the above setup or 19x9-etc 18 and 19x9 et 25 with a 245-35/275-35?
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