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      03-31-2013, 09:48 AM   #1
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Question Help me choose rim + tire sizes.

Option 1:

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19x9 +18
19x10 +25

245/35/19 and 275/30/19 PSS

Option 2:

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19x10 +25

255/35/19 and 275/30/19 PSS

Option 3:

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19x10 +25 (Square)

275/30/19 (Square) PSS

Questions:

Will these rub on non-EDC stock suspension?
Will these rub if I lower the car on either 1) KW Sleeve 2) Eibach Springs?

Thanks a lot guys!

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255/35 front, 275/35 rear.
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255/35 front, 275/35 rear.
wont the back be too high?
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wont the back be too high?
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Anyone figure out if the 19x10 et 25 square setup will rub on stock edc suspension? I would like to run the 19x10 square or the option 2 listed by OP
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square 285/35/19
Might work in the rear but too tall for the front. Will rub the fender liner like crazy when turning.
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Need help for my BMW M3,e92,2011,competition packet

Hi my friends

I need seriously help.

Now i have on my car oem wheels,19 with 245,35,19 in front and 265,35,19 in rear
I have ordered new BBS CH-R black,20 with 9x20 ,255/35/20 et 24 in front and 10.5x20 285/30/20 et 24-it is rubbing pretty much in front .

Please ,what should i do,should i buy another size of tyres?
245/30/20 front
295/25/20 rear
Will it be ok? This size is from bbs site.

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Hi my friends

I need seriously help.

Now i have on my car oem wheels,19 with 245,35,19 in front and 265,35,19 in rear
I have ordered new BBS CH-R black,20 with 9x20 ,255/35/20 et 24 in front and 10.5x20 285/30/20 et 24-it is rubbing pretty much in front .

Please ,what should i do,should i buy another size of tyres?
245/30/20 front
295/25/20 rear
Will it be ok? This size is from bbs site.

Many many thank .
Your tire sizes are all way off. The offset/size combination on the BBS CH-R in M3 fitment are really optimized for a 245/275 combination or a 245/285 combination. With 20" wheels, you need:

245/30/20 and 275/30/20 or 245/30/20 and 285/25/20. A 295 in the rear would fit, but the front rear width stagger is excessive
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Larls and the et 24 is ok?
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Your tire sizes are all way off. The offset/size combination on the BBS CH-R in M3 fitment are really optimized for a 245/275 combination or a 245/285 combination. With 20" wheels, you need:

245/30/20 and 275/30/20 or 245/30/20 and 285/25/20. A 295 in the rear would fit, but the front rear width stagger is excessive
OP- First of all i wouldn't put 20's on an M3. The only thing I would change about the above recommendation is 285/30/20 is a much better option than 285/25/20. 285/30 has been used by many successfully. 285/25 are extremely low profile. If it were me, I would choose 255/30/20 for the front and 285/30/20 for the rear. The 255/30/20's will probably hit the liner at full lock but I would prefer the slight increase in tire profile over a 245/30/20.
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And do you think the offset is ok?
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Use this calculator:

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And do you think the offset is ok?
Yes, the offset is designed for the M3. I would keep your 285/30/20 rear tires and get a set of 255/30 or 245/30 fronts and call it a day. Your 255/35/20's are a full inch too large. 255/35 is the right size for a 19" wheel not a 20" (in fact some people complain about rubbing at full lock with 255/35/19's).
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