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      10-26-2013, 12:27 AM   #1
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Exclamation Aggressive fitment, will it work ? Vorsteiner V-FF101

I am looking to get concave style wheels. 1st choice is Vorsteiner V-FF 101

anyone know will 2013 335i xDrive will fit front: 10x19 rear: 11x19 ???

thinking is too aggressive. but i saw alot of F21 or F10 fit 8.5x19 10x19
they look flat face not concave.

can anyone show me a pic of 10x19 and 11x19 on those rims?
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I am not sure if anyone has gone 10" wide on the front I think 9" is the limit. The 11" wide rear has been done. What is important is the offsets. What are they?
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Just because you fit a wider wheel it won't get more concave by default. It depends on the offset in relation to the wheel width. Even on custom wheels like HRE and ADV.1 it is really hard to get them concave without going to very aggressive offsets.
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Fitting an 19x11" back there is going to be a chore. Most cases a 19x9.5" is usually the better option.

You ain't fitting a 19x10 up front unless you can fabricate yourself new fenders.
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so front must be 8.5x19 and rear go for 10x19

any good looking must be concave style rim recommending?
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19x10 is doable up front, high et though unless you want to stretch a tire.
19x11 will be a lil touch out back, tire stretch, camber and some massaging of the quarters
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19x10 is doable up front, high et though unless you want to stretch a tire.
19x11 will be a lil touch out back, tire stretch, camber and some massaging of the quarters
You are underselling the amount of work he is going to need to do to make this work. Its going to be a bear.
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