Wheels and Offsets Picture Thread

Cheezy

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Nov 7, 2016
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Toledo Ohio
Here's my e92 335xi, kw v1coilovers, 255/35/18 18x8.5 et35 with 17mm spacer. -2.5°camber. It rubbed, recommend 15mm spacer or less.
Track pic has no spacer

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RIVERS

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Aug 1, 2017
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Hankook V12. The rear is fine. I would stick to 235 in front. But the 245 my be ok with slight camber. I rub on bumps over 30 to 40 mph.
Ya ill definetly go 275 for the rears as for the fronts i already rub on 235 on bumps over 30mph

How much camber you running up front?
 
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thicccmac

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May 22, 2017
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SW Arizona
Pre-LCI E92 335i with overfenders-
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On f*ckboy show car days:
Pirelli PZero
F:255/35/19x12 -60, R:295/30/19x14 -50
On 40-roll days:
Nitto NT05
R: 325/50/15x12 -32 on E39 Rotors
(on Airlift V2)

LCI E61 535xi-
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Pirelli PZero
F:235/40/19x9.5 +22, R:265/35/19x10.5 +22
(F: ISC Sport Coilovers, R: Modified OEM Air ride leveling sensor)
 

adglogow

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Feb 18, 2017
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Rochester, NY
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Apex PS-7 in Anthracite on stock M-Sport springs and dampers
Front 8.5" ET 35 w/ Toyo R888 245's
Rear 9.5" ET 35 w/ Toyo R888 275's (*these tires run wide for a 275!)
 

veer90

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Nov 16, 2016
862
West Nyack, NY
Apex ARC8 18x9.5 et35, 265/35/18 Azenis RT615K. Square setup, 8mm spacer and hub extender in the front. -2.2 camber rear, -2.4 camber front. KW v3, GC camber plates, M3 front control arms.

Slight rubbing on sharp bumps only, no issues at full lock or on the track.

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djslim

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Mar 14, 2017
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My 2010 E90 335i N54 OEM was:
Fronts - 225/40/18 on 18 x 7.5 - total weight 45.3 lbs

Rears - 255/35/18 on 18 x 8 - total weight
OEM 47.75 lbs

I'm now running:
Fronts:
18x8.5 VOLK ZE40
255/35/18
Yokohama ADVAN NEOVA AD08 R
Total weight 43.9 lbs

Rears:
18x9.5 VOLK ZE40
295/30/18
Yokohama ADVAN NEOVA AD08 R
Total weight 46.25 lbs
 
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DjRobbins1

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Jan 16, 2017
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I'm looking into getting new tires here soon. Probably going to go with Michelin Pilot super sports. What's the biggest tires I can run on sport suspension without rubbing? My rims are BMW style 197 "BBS"
Rim specs:
FRONT: 18x8.0 ET34
REAR: 18x8.5 ET37
Bolt Pattern: 5 x 4.72 or 5 x 120
OEM Part Number: 36 11 0 396 360
 

Hassans

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Jul 2, 2017
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I'm looking into getting new tires here soon. Probably going to go with Michelin Pilot super sports. What's the biggest tires I can run on sport suspension without rubbing? My rims are BMW style 197 "BBS"
Rim specs:
FRONT: 18x8.0 ET34
REAR: 18x8.5 ET37
Bolt Pattern: 5 x 4.72 or 5 x 120
OEM Part Number: 36 11 0 396 360
I wanna say 275rears for LCI sedans in terms of tires in general without rolling, I think the coupes can go more aggressive.

But on the wheels you have I personally wouldn't go more than 265, personal preference.

I'm sure others can chime in with better and more solid info.
 

Byrong1017

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Aug 2, 2017
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Static 07 335i 18-22k swift springs
19x10.5 +15 19x11.5 +15
-Front tire)Hancook v12 evo2 245/35/19
-Rear tire) federal SS595 265/30R19
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DjRobbins1

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Jan 16, 2017
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I wanna say 275rears for LCI sedans in terms of tires in general without rolling, I think the coupes can go more aggressive.

But on the wheels you have I personally wouldn't go more than 265, personal preference.

I'm sure others can chime in with better and more solid info.
My car i is an 07 pre Lci e92
 
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