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      11-19-2012, 03:35 PM   #23
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good job on the rims! what tires did you get on the rear? let me know the front also and let me give you my input on the rubbing!

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275-30/20 rear Hankook V12's
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Hmmm. I was wondering why the gap isn't too bad considering its not lowered. You're like a half inch taller than stock diameter.
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      11-19-2012, 03:36 PM   #24
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I don't think they sell these as F30 fitment, right?
Way to aggressive in the rear for a working setup. Some people could probably like it but not your average buyer.

Might fit the F10 better?
I am not so good with what ET's they run though.
Yes these were sold as F30 fitment. The place I bought them from said 275 tire and the wheel manufacturer says 285-25 or 265-20?
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      11-19-2012, 03:42 PM   #25
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Like rossifumi said earlier on the thread, you can have your camber adjusted. Or, run smaller width tires if you don't mind the stretch look. Wheels look good. Check those options.
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      11-19-2012, 03:57 PM   #26
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Like rossifumi said earlier on the thread, you can have your camber adjusted. Or, run smaller width tires if you don't mind the stretch look. Wheels look good. Check those options.
Is the rear sticking out around 1 inch? if you give it a moderate drop, say a 1.5inch drop, the natural camber will kick it and start tucking in.

I think the F30 can run 10.5+22 in the rear with a 245/35 tire if you want to slam it but that's just my opinion. I've always run aggressive setups and slammed my cars but the f30 is too nice to do that to haha.

If i were you, i'd consider 2 options.

1. lower the car that gives a +1.5" drop in the rear ($500 installed for springs if you don't want to install them yourself)

2. run either 275/25/20 in the rear of if you want to keep your side profile at 30, 265/30/20. the 265/30/20 will give it a slightly stretched look with the lip starting to come out from the tire a little.
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      11-19-2012, 04:24 PM   #27
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love it...
run stretch tire & it it will minimize the rubbing.
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      11-20-2012, 08:38 AM   #29
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Hankooks don't have that much of a stretch to them. You could have gone with 285 pirelli p-zeros and gotten more of a stretch than the 275 hankooks. I am going to guess that you are still on factory alignment specs. Add some camber to the rear. Are you rubbing the actual fender or the fender liner? If its the liner, you can just trim it off where it is rubbing.
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      11-20-2012, 05:43 PM   #30
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Just barely rubbing on dips only with a passenger. Rubbing going up some driveways. There is no liner to rub and the F30 fenders are pretty much rolled already. Check them out. They are smooth and no"flange"
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      11-20-2012, 07:03 PM   #31
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your only answer is to lower the car.
In regards to tires, every tire is made differently and all have a different stretch to the tires. Some tires you'll see them stretched like crazy but still touching the lip, others, they have a gap between the lip and tire.

I would just lower the car instead of spending money on new tires and selling them for lower than what you paid for.
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That's what I'm gonna do. I love the look of them and the ride minus rubbing is great! Any suggestions on springs? H&R sport not supersport? No coilovers, not in my budget right now. Thinking M sport brakes next. Gold or orange.
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      11-20-2012, 08:18 PM   #33
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That's what I'm gonna do. I love the look of them and the ride minus rubbing is great! Any suggestions on springs? H&R sport not supersport? No coilovers, not in my budget right now. Thinking M sport brakes next. Gold or orange.
Yah, I'd say keep them. They're very nice looking wheels. If you go with the supers ports, I'm sure they'll tuck in the rears because if the bigger diameter then your stocks. I think they'll look good with just the sports unless you want to tuck the tires. But I'd go with 245/35/20 in the fronts to match your rears.

Hey man, can you do me a favor and take a close up pic of your rear wheels/tires? I want to see how those particular tires fit on your 10.5's. thanks.
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Just barely rubbing on dips only with a passenger. Rubbing going up some driveways. There is no liner to rub and the F30 fenders are pretty much rolled already. Check them out. They are smooth and no"flange"
I meant liner as in the actual carpet lining inside the fender well
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      11-21-2012, 10:26 AM   #36
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I meant liner as in the actual carpet lining inside the fender well
Yes I understood that. I'm not rubbing there or that deep. Tire is touching the fender slightly. Gonna submit some more pix soon.
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Thanks for the pics. I should have asked for a straight from behind pic also (if its no trouble).

So, what kind of drop are you going with. 1clean335i has/had the same wheels as you do with a more aggressive offset and slightly wider tires. Not sure if his rubbed though. 1clean335i?
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Thanks for the pics. I should have asked for a straight from behind pic also (if its no trouble).

So, what kind of drop are you going with. 1clean335i has/had the same wheels as you do with a more aggressive offset and slightly wider tires. Not sure if his rubbed though. 1clean335i?
He said his did not rub? Mine doesn't when I'm
Alone. I'll get you another pict when I can. Looking at maybe h&r springs. No coils
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nice. like the wheels. it looks like the bmw stock upgrade option ones i have seen in the previous models.
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Tire choice and specs play a huge factor here. Hankook Ventus Evo V12's are amazing tires but they run very thick and are more of a "square" setup. I had some rubbing issues with them on my staggered 19" setup and switched over to Falken 452's which run much rounder/thinner. Rubbing issues gone. I remember a buddy was running Bridgestone SO-2's in the same setup as mine and they were very similar to the Falkens, very round and not much sidewall at all so no rubbing issues.
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