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      04-11-2011, 02:59 PM   #1
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WTB 19" OEM REAR Tires - Conti's or PS2's - 265/35/19

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how about a pair of 285/35/19 PS2's for $295 shipped to CONUS? one has 4.5/32 left and the other has 5.5/32 or remaining tread.
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Will 285's fit on the OEM 19" rears?
I thought 275 was the widest you could go?

EDIT: 285's on the stock wheels aren't safe.

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Interesting why do you say that? BMW runs 285's on the 9.5" rear M5 wheels.

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Will 285's fit on the OEM 19" rears?
I thought 275 was the widest you could go?

EDIT: 285's on the stock wheels aren't safe.

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Interesting why do you say that? BMW runs 285's on the 9.5" rear M5 wheels.
Did a search and it looked like everyone recommended against it. Were you running them on the stock rims?
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Yep, no problems. But no worries, your call. Checkout tirerack's charts. 285 are in the range of acceptable widths for 9.5" wheels and BMW installs them on the M5's.

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