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    And your pic isnt working, can you post it again?
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by EDM92 Click here to enlarge
    I have a 19x10 ET 24 on my rears. Your set up pokes 4mm less than mine does, aka you have 4mm more clearance. Also, E90 wheel wells are a bit wider than E92 wheel wells, so you should absolutely be able to fit the wheels. I am running a 235/35/19. I suggest you run a 235/35/18. You will definitely be able to fit, and you won't need to roll your fenders unless you are as low as I am. Here is a pic of my set up, for comparison.

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    I can repost it later. I would do a 235/35 all around. Should fit with no issues at all. You could do a 245/35 in the rear but you might have to roll fenders. All depends on how low you want to go and if you want to add spacers.
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    The 245/30/19 is going to be super stretched on the 9.5 width. I'd recommend that you go down just one size to the 255/30/19 so you don't have that super stretched look. You can always adjust the camber slightly as well to make more room!
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ModBargains.com Click here to enlarge
    The 245/30/19 is going to be super stretched on the 9.5 width. I'd recommend that you go down just one size to the 255/30/19 so you don't have that super stretched look. You can always adjust the camber slightly as well to make more room!
    Hate to break it to you, but that's not super stretched. I guess "super stretched" is relative to opinion, though. 255/30 won't fit with those offsets and stock fenders on a lowered car.
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    My car is lowered on KW V1 coilovers. Im confused as to what size tires to use at this point. I was hoping the 245/30/19s would work without rubbing issues. But Im still looking into fender rolling. I found a place but its a bit of a distance from me. But in the end I may have to do it. But if Im planning on using 235/35/19 fronts, what should I use for the rears? There have been a bunch of different opinions just not sure if I should do 245/30/19 rears or 235/30/19 rears. But it seems some people are suggesting 245/35/19s or 235/35/19s. I thought the rears needed to be "30."

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