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      11-29-2012, 03:56 PM   #1
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19" to My new F31

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Is it possible to use My Old rims from My E91?

9.5*19 ET 30 in rear and 8.5 ET 35 in front.
I'm going to use them as My winter rims if it's possible!

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I have seen more aggressive offsets than that on here
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the fronts will be perfect, but the rears will actually stick outside the rear fender. I have 19X9.5 et35 for my rears, and they are really close to rubbing, and your set up will be 5mm pushed out further. My rear tire size is 255/35/19
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the fronts will be perfect, but the rears will actually stick outside the rear fender. I have 19X9.5 et35 for my rears, and they are really close to rubbing, and your set up will be 5mm pushed out further. My rear tire size is 255/35/19
Just curious if you had gone with 265/35/19 would it rub?
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the fronts will be perfect, but the rears will actually stick outside the rear fender. I have 19X9.5 et35 for my rears, and they are really close to rubbing, and your set up will be 5mm pushed out further. My rear tire size is 255/35/19
Okej, I'm going to use 275/30R19 in the rear and 245/35R19 in front!
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They are going to be very aggressive. They will stick out outside of the fender and the car needs to be lowered to make them tuck in under the fender.

3mm less aggressive than this setup.

- http://www.f30post.com/forums/showpo...4&postcount=37
- http://www.f30post.com/forums/showpo...6&postcount=38

Can you make them fit?
Yes, if you like aggressive setups.

Is it something I would recommend for someone just looking for a nice setup?
No.
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They are going to be very aggressive. They will stick out outside of the fender and the car needs to be lowered to make them tuck in under the fender.

3mm less aggressive than this setup.

- http://www.f30post.com/forums/showpo...4&postcount=37
- http://www.f30post.com/forums/showpo...6&postcount=38

Can you make them fit?
Yes, if you like aggressive setups.

Is it something I would recommend for someone just looking for a nice setup?
No.
But if I have ET 35 in the rear. Is that okej or what do you say?
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But if I have ET 35 in the rear. Is that okej or what do you say?
ET 35 is better of course.

You can make the ET30 fit, but without a drop at least my opinion is that it is way to aggressive. That is even more aggressive than my setup and I think it looks quite bad to see the wheel outside of the fender if I look in the rear view mirrors.

Here is a 8.5 ET35 front and 9.5 ET38 rears which to me is the perfect setup for a daily driver.

http://www.f30post.com/forums/showpo...6&postcount=27
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But if I have ET 35 in the rear. Is that okej or what do you say?
ET 35 is better of course.

You can make the ET30 fit, but without a drop at least my opinion is that it is way to aggressive. That is even more aggressive than my setup and I think it looks quite bad to see the wheel outside of the fender if I look in the rear view mirrors.

Here is a 8.5 ET35 front and 9.5 ET38 rears which to me is the perfect setup for a daily driver.

http://www.f30post.com/forums/showpo...6&postcount=27
That looks really nice!!

Is it possible to change the ET from 30 to 38?
Maybe it depends on how much material there is in the rim.
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That looks really nice!!

Is it possible to change the ET from 30 to 38?
Maybe it depends on how much material there is in the rim.
A few mm is almost always possible. 8 mm is a lot though, and as you say it all depends on how much material there is. Which wheels is it we are talking about? Maybe it is better to sell the setup and get a new one in the correct offset?

If you plan to lower the car it WILL work, but at least in my opinion it is a bit aggressive for the way I use my car (I live in Sweden also, so I know how it is).
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