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      08-26-2008, 05:32 PM   #1
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Tire/Wheel combination set up ???

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Does anyone know if a 19x9F and 19x10R with 19/35/255F and 19/30/285R set-up would work for an e92 M3 coupe? Any other comments or suggest would be welcome. Thanks!
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Does anyone know if a 19x9F and 19x10R with 19/35/255F and 19/30/285R set-up would work for an e92 M3 coupe? Any other comments or suggest would be welcome. Thanks!
it should - I am running 265/35/18 front and 285/30/18 back on my track setup - no rubbing and a lot clearance...
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Thanks sfbimmer, do you think the rim widths are okay? I know some people are running 19x8.5F and 19x10R but I am unsure of their reasoning.
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You can't ask a question like this without telling us what offset the wheels are. That will determine how close they will be to the fender for clearance.
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All discussions of what will and won't fit need to include offset.
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it should - I am running 265/35/18 front and 285/30/18 back on my track setup - no rubbing and a lot clearance...
all of this info is considering standard offsets - in the front achieved with spacers
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I plan on getting HRE comps for the M3 and when I contacted HRE, they said they will not give out recommended offsets for their wheels until I have actually puchased the wheels. Do you guys have any recommendations on offests (not too aggressive)? Thanks!
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