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      01-27-2023, 11:16 PM   #1
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Pic Request: ZCP Staggered 265/30 & 285/30

Looking for pics of the following setup:

OEM ZCP 359M wheels
Front: 19x9, 265/30R19
Rear: 19x10, 285/30R19


Tried searching high and low to no avail. I have a pair of 265/30s sitting around and I'm wondering if they'd be alright on the 19x9 ZCP front wheels. Of course 285/30 will fit the 19x10 rears since that's the OE spec for the M3 GTS. I know 265 is a bit wide on a 9" wheel, but it falls within the acceptable width range. Thanks in advance!
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The 265/30 is going to look like a rubber band and have terrible ride quality if that’s a concern. Sorry I can’t help with pics. I do have pics of the 285/30 rears if interested.
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The 265/30 is going to look like a rubber band and have terrible ride quality if that’s a concern. Sorry I can’t help with pics. I do have pics of the 285/30 rears if interested.
You're right about that, ride quality isn't great; I had them mounted to my 19x10 Forgestar F14s on the front axle for a little while and they were definitely firm. It's a long story but the tires are a few years old, I couldn't find a pair of PS4S 275/30s at the time. They've been sitting around, I might as well use them before they start dry rotting. I figure on a 19x9 they might ride okay compared to being stretched on a 19x10.
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255/35 275/35 will fill in the gap quite nicely
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255/35 275/35 will fill in the gap quite nicely
I know, it's just that I have a pair of 265/30s sitting around and might as well use them.
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The 265/30 is going to look like a rubber band and have terrible ride quality if that’s a concern.
I don't think it makes that much of a difference with 265 to be honest. With 245/30 for sure but 265/30 is only 7mm thinner on the sidewall compared to OE 245/35. Overall diameter is half inch smaller.
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