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      07-14-2011, 11:40 PM   #1
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Oem19" wheels, 255/35f, 275/35r, 12mm spacers

Hey guys just bought 08 e90 m3 and will be importing to Canada.

Tires will not pass safety inspection, so I will be ordering vreds sessanta in 255/35r19 and 275/35r19. Also would like to get spacers, 12mm f/r. I will be ordering to pick up in usa to avoid extra shipping, etc. So will not be able to measure car for fitment. From searching, I think fronts will be okay, not sure if rears will rub? No plans to mod susp. Thanks.
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      07-15-2011, 12:13 AM   #2
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If you're still on OEM wheels and stock suspension you will have no problem fitting the tires and spacer combo.

Congrats on your new ride
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      07-15-2011, 07:17 AM   #3
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Thx!
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I think you should be ok. Only reason to get the spacers would be to push the wheels out for a more aggresive stance
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If you're still on OEM wheels and stock suspension you will have no problem fitting the tires and spacer combo.

Congrats on your new ride
I got the TMS 12.5mm spacers from Acute and am very happy.
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I tried the 12mm spacer on the front with my new 255 35 19 pilot super sports and it rubbed, had to take the spacer off. I think a 10mm should not rub. I am on 220m wheels as well
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I'm running stock tire sizes on my 220m's. Dinan Stage 1 suspension and 15f, 12r macht schnells. No rubbing issues.
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I have 12mm spacers on the rear with Michelin PSS 275/35/19 on stock 220 with stock suspension and they rub.
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thanks for the replies.
C17, how much does it rub, would a 10mm spacer be okay? I should compare the specs on the PSS vs Vreds to see what actual width is.
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thanks for the replies.
C17, how much does it rub, would a 10mm spacer be okay? I should compare the specs on the PSS vs Vreds to see what actual width is.
I just ordered 10mm spacers.

It only rubs when the car goes over bumps. I can't hear it or feel it. I just see the mark on the tires and some rubber being scraped off on both rears.
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