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      07-02-2018, 09:53 AM   #45
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i have 20x11 with 295/30/20 rubber on the rear lowered on ACS Springs


no rubbing...

It looks cool! Tell me please, such wheels will be on E60, well, I mean, with the same size as yours 20x11 with 295/30/20?
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      07-27-2018, 05:15 PM   #46
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It looks cool! Tell me please, such wheels will be on E60, well, I mean, with the same size as yours 20x11 with 295/30/20?
I don’t think Vorstiener is making 11x20 for our cars,
I’m pretty sure those V-FF 102 is 10.5 x 20 ET 40 - 295/30/20 on that F10 above

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      07-28-2018, 01:14 PM   #47
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I donít think Vorstiener is making 11x20 for our cars,
Iím pretty sure those V-FF 102 is 10.5 x 20 ET 40 - 295/30/20 on that F10 above
man just saw this thread from a while back, and yes you are correct i was mistaken...20x10.5 with 295/30/20 on my rears...
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I bought style 312,which tyres are best for these wheels,i dont want stretched tyre,just factory best opinion.

8.5x20
9x20
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OEM tire sizes would be 245/35-20 front and 275/30-20 rear.

If your car is RWD there are a few other options that would fit fine, like 255 front with 275 rear (both 35-profile). Will be slightly taller than OEM size but fits without rubbing.
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OEM tire sizes would be 245/35-20 front and 275/30-20 rear.

If your car is RWD there are a few other options that would fit fine, like 255 front with 275 rear (both 35-profile). Will be slightly taller than OEM size but fits without rubbing.
What is better for comfort?
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What is better for comfort?
Higher profile tires.

I.e 255/35 front and 275/35 rear, but dont use these tire sizes if your car is xDrive.
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      10-31-2018, 10:05 AM   #52
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Hello,
i have m550d 2013 facelift with 20" wheels 434 style. Can I put tires 255/35/20 on front and rear.
Thanks in advance
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F10/F11 with square style 434 wheels, i.e. 245/35-20 all around?

In that case 255/35-20 will fit just fine!
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Now I am with 245-35-20 front and 275-30-20 rear.
Will I have a problem with xDrive with 255-35-20 all around?
Sorry about the question, but i am new.
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No, issue.

The tire size is important with xDrive (not the wheel width).

You can use square 255/35-20 on your staggered wheels. But you will probably like to add spacers on the rear wheels since the tires will be more stretched and the rear offset is also less aggressive.

12-15mm might be good spacers for the rear wheels.
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The main Idea is my f10 to be a little more comfort. I like this wheels and won`t change it with 19".
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Then you might consider 245/40-20 front and 275/35-20 rear.

Almost perfect matched diameters (better than OEM sizes) and 1/2" taller sidewalls.

Will increase the comfort alot!
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Then you might consider 245/40-20 front and 275/35-20 rear.

Almost perfect matched diameters (better than OEM sizes) and 1/2" taller sidewalls.

Will increase the comfort alot!
This will be perfect. But are you sure this is possible without any problems?
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But are you sure this is possible without any problems?
Yes!
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      11-01-2018, 02:18 PM   #60
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Yes!
Thanks

I was today by one tire salesman and he told me i can have a problem with transfer box in the future.

I am still wondering

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I was today by one tire salesman and he told me i can have a problem with transfer box in the future.
I dont agree.

OEM sizes:
245/35-20, 680mm
275/30-20, 674mm
front tire is 0.9% taller

+1" sizes:
245/40-20, 704mm
275/35-20, 700mm
front tire is 0.6% taller
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      11-07-2018, 08:49 PM   #62
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Today i put 245/40/20 front and 275/35/20 rear. Comfort is better. Thanks for the advise.
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Have you looked at this thread. About as big as you can get...
https://f10.5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1504400
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