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      05-04-2013, 09:02 AM   #1
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Question 19x9.5 around - What tire spec?

Have a F10 and have 19x9,5 ET35 wheels, what tire dimension should I get?

The car has stock M-suspension and will stay like that.

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You've fitted 19x9.5 ET35 in the front too?
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You've fitted 19x9.5 ET35 in the front too?
Yes.
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I do not recommend putting 275/35/19 in the front. stay factory spec 245/40/19. simply too wide of tires for the front, esp. for turning.
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265/35/19 Front
275/30/19 Rear

What do yo think?
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265/35/19 Front
275/30/19 Rear

What do yo think?
with that combination your final diameter on front is 575 and on the rear is 565. It is not good in general to have that much difference on diameter. If you go 245/40/19 front and 275/35/19 rear you'll get 1mm difference. Plus you get more space on front and you get better handling and performance.
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Do you think there will be any strech in the front with 245/40/19 on 9.5?
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Do you think there will be any strech in the front with 245/40/19 on 9.5?
Yes, you'll have some stretch.
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Any pics of the 9.5 on the front?
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I have 19X9.5 33et square with 255/40-19s. I am running 5mm spacers in front and back in this pic.
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I have 19X9.5 33et square with 255/40-19s. I am running 5mm spacers in front and back in this pic.
Can I see more shots of how far it sticks out? Im debating on 9.5 ET 20 and is it lowered?
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I am on ACS lowering springs. The fronts are pretty flush. I now have 12mm spacers in the rear, but don't have a good pick of them. Here is the front.
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I am on ACS lowering springs. The fronts are pretty flush. I now have 12mm spacers in the rear, but don't have a good pick of them. Here is the front.
So for the front you have a 19 x 9.5 ET 33? Why did you add a 5mm wheel spacer?
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Without the spacer the wheel will contact the upright (carrier). I would say the most ET you could run with that wide a wheel is 30mm.
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What does ET stand for? And how do you measure final diameter?
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What does ET stand for? And how do you measure final diameter?
ET is an abbreviation for the German word Einpresstiefe meaning offset.

The diameter is determined by the tire size.
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I believe willtheyfit.com will have all information after putting in the specs you have in there.
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