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    Question help with wheel and tire size

    hey guys going to be getting some wheels and need some help with the sizes im going with a 198.5 35 offset and 199.5 30 offset will these fit without fender rolling or rubbing?
    tire choices are a 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 or 245/35/19 and
    275/30/19.
    I need the most street grip I can get but I dont want any issues.

    car is an 09 e92 335i coupe.

    thanks for the help gb

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    You should be fine, but idk about 275 in the rear with 19"s.
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    The recommended tire setup is 235/35/19 & 265/30/19.

    You can run 275/30/19, but you will need to roll your fenders if you plan on lowering your E92.

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