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      11-13-2018, 06:39 PM   #155
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Any downside as far as handling and powersliding with running 9.5 in the front and 9.5 (with spacers) in the rear?
No you can run a square set and space out the rear to make it sit more flush. There also is a 10 et 25 wheel which you could run a square fitment as well. 18x10 is more popular as a square setup.
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No you can run a square set and space out the rear to make it sit more flush. There also is a 10 et 25 wheel which you could run a square fitment as well. 18x10 is more popular as a square setup.
Oh shoot. I didn't even realize you had a ten. The 10.5 might be a smidge to wide for the back fo my car, so I think I will run the ten. Do you have a tire recommendation for running the 9.5 up front and 10 in the rear? My car is pretty lowered but I'd love to have some girth on my rubber still. I'm going to do some math to make sure I can fit.
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Oh shoot. I didn't even realize you had a ten. The 10.5 might be a smidge to wide for the back fo my car, so I think I will run the ten. Do you have a tire recommendation for running the 9.5 up front and 10 in the rear? My car is pretty lowered but I'd love to have some girth on my rubber still.
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I'd love to have some girth on my rubber still.
If you want the girth on your rubbers the recommended setup is a 9.5 front with a 265 width front tire and a 10.5 inch rear with a 285. 10.5 inch rear works perfectly on the e9x M3. Thats what I am running on mine.

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If you are looking for something more narrow with a 9.5 front I would go with a 255 front and a 10 inch rear 275.
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any pictures of e9x on 19s ts5?
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What he said.
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Was ready to pull the trigger on a set of 19" Titan7 T-S5 today, but couldn't do it. $2k+ for a set of wheels, newbie company, and I couldn't find any pics of the 19's on our platform. Maybe I don't want to go thru that whole traumatic trauma of the first knick, tire technician error, or curb rash. Sticking with the 220M's for now.
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Nevermind found it in the thread.

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I'm not finding a 18x10
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I'm not finding a 18x10
Thats what I was going to post up.

Don't know why they aren't doing a 19X10 and 19X11 on this.
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