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      07-10-2019, 01:44 PM   #111
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Here's the DD with 437m wheels. I love the look but we purchased this vehicle to be able to go on dirt roads so I threw on the stock wheels back on, but none the less here's pics to share

Spec 19x9 et29 with 255/35/19





This looks really sexy, the wheel style suits the color of your E84

Do you feel your steering a bit heavy with 19x9 ?
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      07-13-2019, 07:35 PM   #112
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Apex arc 8 18x9 et 30
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      08-06-2019, 12:29 PM   #113
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wheels - Alpina Replica
size and offset - 20x8.5 et25 square setup
spacers - no
tires (size and brand) - Michelin Pilot Sport 4s 255/30 ZR20
suspension - stock
clearance - does it rub (front back)? rolled fenders? - no rub
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      08-10-2019, 07:41 PM   #114
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wheels - BMW Style 193M
size and offset - 34f/37R
spacers - Nope
tires (size and brand) - Currently Toyo Proxes 4+
suspension - Stock
clearance - does it rub (front back)? No rub.

Threw these on from my e90 330i winter car just to see how they'd look on the X1 . They are staggered with Bridgestone Driveguards. But have since been replaced with 225/45/18 Proxes 4+.
Staggered 193M wheels.




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      08-15-2019, 04:28 PM   #115
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18' csl style

Painted the callipers also
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      08-26-2019, 11:07 PM   #116
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Good Day my fellow E84 users,

I need your expert advise on what tires to run on my 19x9.5 ET33 squared MRR Deisgn uo8 wheels (photo below). As much as possible no rubs.

Is staggered tires on squared wheels advisable? I've been thinking to run wider tires on the back if it wont cause any problem.

Inner clearance on the front would be 24mm less. Would this be sweet? or do I need to consider a spacer (hopefully not, finger crossed). I will test fit it this weekend.

Thank you in advance!

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      08-28-2019, 05:14 AM   #117
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Rear is no problem but for front it really depends of the tyre your running.

Every tire stretches differently and some tires have a inner sidewall which comes closer to the strut.

I'm running Japan Racing JR28 19x9.5J ET35 and 10.5J ET40.
For front I have 10mm spacers and rear 5mm (final ET front 25 and rear 35)

Even with 10mm spacers I sometimes can hear the front tire rub against the strut when reversing and doing full lock. But the touch is very minimal.

I got 245/35 Michelin Pilot Pa4 in front and 295/30 Dunlop Winter Sport3D rear. The fitment is perfect with stock height and I'd say it's flush with fenders. Ideally I would prefer the front wheels couple of mm inside but with this tire it's not possible.




BTW, if anyone needs Japan Racing wheels in Europe, feel free to PM me and I can get you a really really good deal.
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      08-28-2019, 11:10 PM   #118
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Rear is no problem but for front it really depends of the tyre your running.

Every tire stretches differently and some tires have a inner sidewall which comes closer to the strut.

I'm running Japan Racing JR28 19x9.5J ET35 and 10.5J ET40.
For front I have 10mm spacers and rear 5mm (final ET front 25 and rear 35)

Even with 10mm spacers I sometimes can hear the front tire rub against the strut when reversing and doing full lock. But the touch is very minimal.

I got 245/35 Michelin Pilot Pa4 in front and 295/30 Dunlop Winter Sport3D rear. The fitment is perfect with stock height and I'd say it's flush with fenders. Ideally I would prefer the front wheels couple of mm inside but with this tire it's not possible.




BTW, if anyone needs Japan Racing wheels in Europe, feel free to PM me and I can get you a really really good deal.

Nice setup! loving the quad pipes!

I guess 255 / 35 will definitely have rubbing issues considering I'm running 8mm spacers? Is 40 series tyres possible on the fronts?

Thank you!
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      08-29-2019, 12:35 PM   #119
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Nice setup! loving the quad pipes!

I guess 255 / 35 will definitely have rubbing issues considering I'm running 8mm spacers? Is 40 series tyres possible on the fronts?

Thank you!
I can't say definitely, but there is a risk yes. In the end it's all about giving it a shot and trying out. Some tyres stretch more/less than others.

With stock height the 40 series profile should be fine, I believe there are many running it. At first I wanted to go for 245/40 and 295/35 R19 but I just had those lower profile tyres sitting in garage.

Thanks, loving those quads indeed. It looks pretty mean with 295 rubber too.
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      09-25-2019, 01:23 PM   #120
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F: 235/40/18 x 8 /// 15mm hubcentric* spacer
R: 255/35/18 x 8 /// 25mm hubcentric* spacer
/// Extended titanium bolts
- No rubbing




F: 225/55/17 x 8 /// 15mm hubcentric* spacer Maximum (MPG)
R: 225/55/17 x 8 /// 25mm hubcentric* spacer
/// Extended titanium bolts
- No rubbing ever, even if I tried.




F: 245/35/18
R: 275/35/18
- Too aggressive it pokes out, and it feels like I'm rolling on boulders.
- Front, slight rubbing reverse incline and on full lock, it rubs dude.
- MPG decrease by -4 (mpg) highway

Does anyone have this setup?
Looking for a mild aggressive setup before I swap for bigger power plant, I personally only drive 100mph on highway and like to go airborne.
- stock suspension
F: 235/40/18 x 8.5
R: 265/45/18 x 11
Does anyone have this setup?

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