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      07-28-2013, 03:08 AM   #287
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      07-28-2013, 10:52 AM   #288
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Does anyone know if a tire size 295/30/20 et29 width 11 would rub on a e92 m3?
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Does anyone know if a tire size 295/30/20 et29 width 11 would rub on a e92 m3?
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You will be fine

The norm around these parts:

11" ET30 - 305
11" ET25 - 295
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You will be fine

The norm around these parts:

11" ET30 - 305
11" ET25 - 295
Ok so I can even go with 305 30 20 and still be ok? I thought wheel would be way too tall at this point

Here are pics of my car and fitment as of right now..... I hope you are right as I am ready to replace the rear tires for some more meaty ones

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Ok so I can even go with 305 30 20 and still be ok? I thought wheel would be way too tall at this point

Here are pics of my car and fitment as of right now..... I hope you are right as I am ready to replace the rear tires for some more meaty ones

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No you can not fit a 305/30/20. That will be too tall. Your options include 285/30/20, 295/25/20, 305/25/20. I had those same wheels in the past (20x11 et29) and I used 305/25/20 Pirelli pzero Nero with zero rubbing on eibach springs. The Nero seems to run a little narrow but I don't think you will have issues with other brands.
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No you can not fit a 305/30/20. That will be too tall. Your options include 285/30/20, 295/25/20, 305/25/20. I had those same wheels in the past (20x11 et29) and I used 305/25/20 Pirelli pzero Nero with zero rubbing on eibach springs. The Nero seems to run a little narrow but I don't think you will have issues with other brands.
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Anyone running rear toe arms? Looking to fit my 19x12 +25 rears with a 295/30 and stay lowwww. Ill be running kw club sport coils so hopefully the linear springs give me more inner clearance.
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Anyone running rear toe arms? Looking to fit my 19x12 +25 rears with a 295/30 and stay lowwww. Ill be running kw club sport coils so hopefully the linear springs give me more inner clearance.
I don't think toe-arms will help much, if any, with fitment. KW club sports do have linear springs but they are not true coil-over's in the rear. Inner clearance will not be improved with the clubsports in the rear because the spring is located outside of the path of the wheels / tires. Clubsports will however reduce your inner clearance in the front.
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New setup. About as aggressive as I am willing to go.



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i almost thought i just saw a 335 up there...why would you paint the back like a 335 msport?
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      09-14-2013, 12:15 PM   #302
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that's ALOT of tire, you probably have a nice chunk of power to warrant those, looks good
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Looks like your rubbing already...
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      09-15-2013, 01:13 AM   #305
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Any suggestions,
Currently bbs-ch-r 9" 255/35/19 front, et20 Rear 10.5" 285/30/19" et25
Hankook S1 tires

Looking for proper spacers, I measured that I just might be able to add 12mm spacers front and rear, but any experience? Am I pushing too much? if going to spacers, I really want hubcentric ones, that no vibration issues.
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Those ARC-8's look fantastic on your car with those meaty R-S3's!
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I don't think toe-arms will help much, if any, with fitment. KW club sports do have linear springs but they are not true coil-over's in the rear. Inner clearance will not be improved with the clubsports in the rear because the spring is located outside of the path of the wheels / tires. Clubsports will however reduce your inner clearance in the front.
Thanks! Yeah I needed inner clearance, the inner rear fitment was a breeze.

Any ideas on good tire brands?
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