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      07-06-2019, 05:08 PM   #1
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I found some 343 replicas that were mounted on an f07. Been in storage for a few years and they look great. I believe the car was pre-lci.

Fronts-20x8.5 w/ 245/40/20
Rears-20x10 w/ 275/35/20

I'm driving a 2015 f10 535 xdrive with the 19" m sport rims right now. Anybody know if I will have issues with clearance?

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      07-06-2019, 05:15 PM   #2
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I found some 343 replicas that were mounted on an f11. Been in storage for a few years and they look great. I believe the car was pre-lci.

Fronts-20x8.5 w/ 245/40/20
Rears-20x10 w/ 275/35/20

I'm driving a 2015 535 xdrive with the 19" m sport rims right now. Anybody know if I will have issues with clearance?
Your proposed tires are oversized (as you probably know). Stock would be
Front: 245/35/20
Rear: 275/30/20.

I'm making the big assumption here that the wheel offset is OK based on them already being mounted on an F11. If so, then they probably won't rub. I ran oversized winter tires for five seasons with no issues. Now, if you are planning on having your car lowered, that might be a separate problem.
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not sure if it matters, but it wasn't an f11, it was a f07 (GT)

not planning on lowering the car

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Your proposed tires are oversized (as you probably know). Stock would be
Front: 245/35/20
Rear: 275/30/20.

I'm making the big assumption here that the wheel offset is OK based on them already being mounted on an F11. If so, then they probably won't rub. I ran oversized winter tires for five seasons with no issues. Now, if you are planning on having your car lowered, that might be a separate problem.
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Oops. My bad. I thought I read F11. This explains why the tires are oversized for an F10. The F07 is based on the 7 Series platform (F01) and they both have larger tires. You definitely want to check the offset first, then.
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Oops. My bad. I thought I read F11. This explains why the tires are oversized for an F10. The F07 is based on the 7 Series platform (F01) and they both have larger tires. You definitely want to check the offset first, then.
lol it was f11, i went back and corrected it
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F07 fitment

They will fit fine, the standard tire size on an F07 is 245/45ZR19, I currently am running 255/35ZR20 F and 295/30ZR20 R on my 550i GT xdrive
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They will fit fine, the standard tire size on an F07 is 245/45ZR19, I currently am running 255/35ZR20 F and 295/30ZR20 R on my 550i GT xdrive
i'm trying to see if they'll fit the f10
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The oversized tires will fit.

But it would be good to know the wheel offsets.
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I also have a query do you guys think OEM style 215
285.35.21 in front n 325.30.21 can fit an 11 gt?
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You should start your own thread.
Also I don't know much about the GT, but 21's have been too big for the regular 5 series.
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I also have a query do you guys think OEM style 215
285.35.21 in front n 325.30.21 can fit an 11 gt?
Fronts are too big for a GT also the rear the biggest you can get in the rear of a GT is 295 Rear and 255 or 265 Front
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Oops. My bad. I thought I read F11. This explains why the tires are oversized for an F10. The F07 is based on the 7 Series platform (F01) and they both have larger tires. You definitely want to check the offset first, then.
rear are 20x10 et40
front are 20x8.5 et35

tried them on with the oversized (but deflated) tires and they fit well. hoping to pick up 245/35/20 + 275/30/20 rubbers today though
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your current tires

The tires you have are perfect for a GT what are you going to do with them nd how much tread are on them can use them for the winter tires. My 295 r and 255 f are too big for northeast winters.
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The tires you have are perfect for a GT what are you going to do with them nd how much tread are on them can use them for the winter tires. My 295 r and 255 f are too big for northeast winters.
i was going to try to find someone who needs them. i'll send you some info/pics of the tread thursday evening
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