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      11-13-2013, 02:30 PM   #1
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Michelin PSS 295/30/19's on TE's???

Hey guys, I just recently picked up a 2013 Alpine White E92 M3. I've done a ton of reading trying to find the answer to this, but all I'm finding are mixed opinions and thoughts. I just recently picked up a set of matte black TE37's in 19x9.5 +22 and 19x10.5 +22. From what I have gathered the 35 profile tires in the front seem to have a bit of rubbing issues, but the 30 profile tires do not. I was pretty set on doing a 265/30/19 front and a 295/30/19 Michelin Pilot Super Sport. However, I know it's a huge tire in the rear and I can't seem to figure out if this is going to fit or not. The car will be lowered on KW V3's. I've gone through the entire rubbing vs non rubbing thread and still can't seem to get a good grasp on whether not it will fit. It seems like some don't seem to have an issue, where others do.

For those of you out there who have run similar sized rear wheels with a +22 offset or more aggressive, what did you have to do to make the 295 fit? Do the fenders have to be pulled? Are they ok as is with no rubbing? Any insight would be much appreciated.
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      11-17-2013, 05:35 PM   #2
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That's what I'm thinking about going to when I change tires. I'm running 255/275 on the same size TE37s and there is definitely room to go wider. Just not sure if the 295s would be too wide for my setup either. If you try it, post up the results.
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      11-17-2013, 06:19 PM   #3
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295/30/19's will rub at least slightly with 10.5 et22 wheels. You need et25 to not have rubbing with 295's.

You can fit 275/30/19 in the front with negative camber which would be my choice over 265/30/19. That is if you decide to go with 295's in the rear. 255/275 combo is a better option to avoid rubbing with that rear offset.

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295/30/19's will rub at least slightly with 10.5 et22 wheels. You need et25 to not have rubbing with 295's.

You can fit 275/30/19 in the front with negative camber which would be my choice over 265/30/19. That is if you decide to go with 295's in the rear. 255/275 combo is a better option to avoid rubbing with that rear offset.

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I second this, my buddie has the same wheels with 295 and they rub on stock suspension.
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      11-18-2013, 08:39 PM   #5
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I've got a 295/30/19 on the same size te37 with oem zcp suspension. It only rubs when I hit fairy severe bumps with suspension set to comfort or normal. If I just slow down for the big bumps or have the suspension set to sport it doesn't rub. Camber is set to factory spec.
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OP, just sell me those TE37's so you don't have to deal with rubbing issues
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I run the exact setup you are asking about. I had pretty severe rubbing in the rear lowered on JRZ. I wished they'd release a 285 but Nate told me that's not likely.

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Blade929,

What size are you running on the front?
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      11-26-2013, 05:29 PM   #9
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265/30/19 no issues in the front
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      11-27-2013, 01:12 PM   #10
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What did you end up having to do to the rear? Did you pull the fenders, run extra camber, or just deal with it?

BTW, how do you like the JRZ's? I'm trying to decide between KW V3's and the JRZ RS1's.
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      11-27-2013, 01:34 PM   #11
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I've got that PSS setup and have neg camber up front. There is no front rubbing but I get a little in the rear since I recently dropped it a bit more. Before the drop no rub.

That said I'm loving the look of the width but want to switch things up. So if anyone wants to try them out I will give you a good price.
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Just get S04's in 255/35 and 285/30. Problem solved. I love my SO4's ride is great, and ALOT cheaper than PSS.
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I just joined the TE37SL club! 19x9.5 +21 front. 19x10.5 +22 rear. Still waiting for them to be delivered.

Apparently, Volk changed to +21 to give the 9.5" more lip.

Still debating what tire size, but I know I want to stretch it...in the opposite direction lol. 245/35 front 275/30 rear.
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You could have someone mill 3mm off the back of the hub?
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What did you end up having to do to the rear? Did you pull the fenders, run extra camber, or just deal with it?

BTW, how do you like the JRZ's? I'm trying to decide between KW V3's and the JRZ RS1's.
Sorry man just saw this. I run a bit more neg camber and the car is not quite as low as I would want. The JRZs are awesome.
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I just joined the TE37SL club! 19x9.5 +21 front. 19x10.5 +22 rear. Still waiting for them to be delivered.

Apparently, Volk changed to +21 to give the 9.5" more lip.

Still debating what tire size, but I know I want to stretch it...in the opposite direction lol. 245/35 front 275/30 rear.
I would recommend 255/35/19 and 275/35/19 over the sizes you listed above. 275/30/19 is far too small for the rear. The car is designed for a taller tire.
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I have 19x9.5 +21 front. 19x10.5 +22 rear TE37's on 265/35 and 295/30 PS2's. Lowered on Swift springs. Front doesn't rub unless I'm full lock; rear only rubs on extreme bumps in the road when I have a full tank of gas and passengers.



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