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      05-24-2011, 05:53 PM   #1
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10" on 19's Front / 11" on 19's rear stock M3 fit?

Ok fella's,

Asked this sort of question last week but no one replied. I'm looking to go with 19's. 10" tire front, 11' tire rear. Stock '08 E92 M3, no ZCP suspension, no spring drop. will these tires rub wheel wells/fenders?

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i do know that 9 and 11 fits
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19x10 ET22 front. 275/30/19. No rubbing.

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Our e92 M3 when it had 19x10" and 19x11" V710s on it:



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Our e92 M3 when it had 19x10" and 19x11" V710s on it:




THAT IS PERFECT MY FRIEND!! THANK YOU! I'm running APracing also and that looks awesome! I know what to go with now.

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THAT IS PERFECT MY FRIEND!! THANK YOU! I'm running APracing also and that looks awesome! I know what to go with now.

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No problem. Indeed, this combination looks great on the M3
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I am running 19x10 +25 and 19x11 +22 with no issues.
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Our e92 M3 when it had 19x10" and 19x11" V710s on it:



with spacers?
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with spacers?
No spacers, just bolted the wheels right on
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No spacers, just bolted the wheels right on
shipped to 93036 please.
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shipped to 93036 please.
Sure thing, I'll send you a PM to keep this thread on topic

Here's another car with the same 19x10" & 19x11" setup, VMR's car:

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Just pee ordered my set today. Can't wait to get them in
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The set up looks great. But from the pictures it looks like the rear tires would just barely or perhaps make slight contact with the fender. Is that so? I'm not running a lowered suspension. Just want to make sure there is no rubbing if I go with this set up.

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The set up looks great. But from the pictures it looks like the rear tires would just barely or perhaps make slight contact with the fender. Is that so? I'm not running a lowered suspension. Just want to make sure there is no rubbing if I go with this set up.

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These wheels are on back order for a little while and selling fast man. Put a pre order in with eas or some shops may still have them.
Have you decided what color yet
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These wheels are on back order for a little while and selling fast man. Put a pre order in with eas or some shops may still have them.
Have you decided what color yet
I will go with Matt black wheels. What about rubbing? Anything over bumps/bottom out if that were to happen?

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These wheels are on back order for a little while and selling fast man. Put a pre order in with eas or some shops may still have them.
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I will go with Matt black wheels. What about rubbing? Anything over bumps/bottom out if that were to happen?

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I know GOLFERR was running 20x11.5 rears on a lowered suspension an he had no issues
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anyone know if 19x11 et 18 would fit or rub?
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OP - 19x10 front and 19x11 rear could work, but it obviously depends greatly on the offset and tire sizes.

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anyone know if 19x11 et 18 would fit or rub?
that will almost certainly rub, even on a sedan.
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OP - 19x10 front and 19x11 rear could work, but it obviously depends greatly on the offset and tire sizes.



that will almost certainly rub, even on a sedan.
there is a member running a 19x11 rear et +18 (show setup) with 295's and he rubs.

if you go 275/30 or 285/30 you will be fine as it will stretch.'

i wouldn't recommend this, though.
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you guys talk about how the 19x11 would fit with no issue.. remember its all about the offset and tire size..... you can run 19x10 but with a wrong offset it will rub.

I am currently currently running 19x11 +33 offset with 305 30 19 without rubbing on any kind.

I know a guy that bought 19x11 with 22 offset with no rubbing with 295 30 19 although it shows a slight stretch on the tires. not a big deal.

not if your going to run 19x11 with +18 offset with 305 tires will definately rub... with 295... now this might rub when hitting a bump or making turns/corner turn.

I suggest to do a little research and what do you really want to do with your car... cause if your planning on tracking running 19x11 might be useless, it will just add weight on something you dont need.
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you guys talk about how the 19x11 would fit with no issue.. remember its all about the offset and tire size..... you can run 19x10 but with a wrong offset it will rub.

I am currently currently running 19x11 +33 offset with 305 30 19 without rubbing on any kind.

I know a guy that bought 19x11 with 22 offset with no rubbing with 295 30 19 although it shows a slight stretch on the tires. not a big deal.

not if your going to run 19x11 with +18 offset with 305 tires will definately rub... with 295... now this might rub when hitting a bump or making turns/corner turn.

I suggest to do a little research and what do you really want to do with your car... cause if your planning on tracking running 19x11 might be useless, it will just add weight on something you dont need.
You pretty much just reiterated what everyone just said...

I can tell you from personal experience that a 305/30 works with very, very minimal rubbing with a full car load on a 19x11 +22.

A 295 on a 19x11 +18 will 100% rub (when lowered) when hitting bumps and hard turns with only a driver in the car.

My 19x10 +25 has absolutely no issues with a 245/35 tire. Even with a 275/30 there would still be plenty of room.

If you are planning on using this setup for the street I would recommend the following for a flush setup. The slight understeer during hard cornering obviously won't affect you here.

19x10 +22 255/35/19 (could go a little more aggressive if you wanted, +20)
19x11 +25 305/30/19

Here are your tire specs:

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You pretty much just reiterated what everyone just said...

I can tell you from personal experience that a 305/30 works with very, very minimal rubbing with a full car load on a 19x11 +22.

A 295 on a 19x11 +18 will 100% rub (when lowered) when hitting bumps and hard turns with only a driver in the car.

My 19x10 +25 has absolutely no issues with a 245/35 tire. Even with a 275/30 there would still be plenty of room.

If you are planning on using this setup for the street I would recommend the following for a flush setup. The slight understeer during hard cornering obviously won't affect you here.

19x10 +22 255/35/19 (could go a little more aggressive if you wanted, +20)
19x11 +25 305/30/19

Here are your tire specs:

look whos talking...

also you forgot to mention it also depends on tires. some will rub and some dont even on the same size. so you running 305 on a 19x11 +22 might not rub on your tires but other tires will. just an fyi..
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