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      11-30-2017, 03:58 PM   #23
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That's not that bad at all. You can even go down to 275. But how much stretch isn't always determined by tire size, but the brand and model as well.

Here is 275/35/20 on 20x11+35. One size down from your current.
That is rubbing, just like mine, lol a 275 on an 11" wheel is pointless from a performance standpoint.

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That's not that bad at all. You can even go down to 275. But how much stretch isn't always determined by tire size, but the brand and model as well.

Here is 275/35/20 on 20x11+35. One size down from your current.

What you guys running in the front if your running 11 in the rear. That looks pretty dam good to me. Iv been trying to figuere out if I have to go with a squared setup because of the awd or can I go with staggered. Also coilover system are also limited to the most expensive because of the xi
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That is rubbing, just like mine, lol a 275 on an 11" wheel is pointless from a performance standpoint.
Slight stretch = stiffer sidewalls. Depends on purpose. Guys who drag will ultimately try to fit the widest tires they can(widest contact patch) since they don't really care if turn in/cornering response is affected.

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What you guys running in the front if your running 11 in the rear. That looks pretty dam good to me. Iv been trying to figuere out if I have to go with a squared setup because of the awd or can I go with staggered. Also coilover system are also limited to the most expensive because of the xi
275/30/20x10.5 on my setup up front. RWD, 275 width all around.
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      12-08-2017, 02:35 PM   #26
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Calling all resident tire experts!

These came off a M5 and will be going on my 535i M-sport.

Fronts: 20x9 ET 20
Rears: 20x11 ET 36

Which tires would you all suggest for the above rims. Looking for a bit more meat to protect the rims and no rubbing issues.

245/40, 285/35
245/35, 285/30
255/35, 295/30

Open to other suggestions, thanks!!
I run 255/35 20, 305/30 20 on my Vossen CV5s


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Slight stretch = stiffer sidewalls. Depends on purpose. Guys who drag will ultimately try to fit the widest tires they can(widest contact patch) since they don't really care if turn in/cornering response is affected.


275/30/20x10.5 on my setup up front. RWD, 275 width all around.

Yiur running 10.5 with in the front with no rubbimg issues??? 10.5 in front and 11 in rear??? Did I hear that right
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      12-11-2017, 11:03 AM   #28
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I run 255/35 20, 305/30 20 on my Vossen CV5s

305's in the back and no rub?! Any poke on the CV5s?
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Yiur running 10.5 with in the front with no rubbimg issues??? 10.5 in front and 11 in rear??? Did I hear that right
Yes. My last F10 I was running 20x11 front and 20x11.5 rear.
No rubbing. It's all about offset and tire choice.
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305's in the back and no rub?! Any poke on the CV5s?
No rub and No pokes. I was actually thinking about going to 315s in the rear.
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Calling all resident tire experts!

These came off a M5 and will be going on my 535i M-sport.

Fronts: 20x9 ET 20
Rears: 20x11 ET 36

Which tires would you all suggest for the above rims. Looking for a bit more meat to protect the rims and no rubbing issues.

245/40, 285/35
245/35, 285/30
255/35, 295/30

Open to other suggestions, thanks!!
Goodyear Sport with rim protector built in.
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      12-25-2017, 07:57 AM   #32
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what if I go higher on the side wall?

255/40, 295/35?
If you go high on side wall, the car acceleration will be slower due to bigger diameter. Your car will ride higher 1/2". Handling will be sluggish during cornering. I did same mistake, but switched out to 30 ratio, it made big improvement in mentioned problems.
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Yes. My last F10 I was running 20x11 front and 20x11.5 rear.
No rubbing. It's all about offset and tire choice.
Im looking at 20x 10 all the way around but I donít think they will be concave enough so I wanna try to go 20x10.5 or even 11 all the way around. Donít wanna mod my fenders at all. If you ran that help me out dude cause I donít wanna regret it later
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      11-15-2019, 07:00 PM   #34
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285/25R20 tires in F10

Hello friends,

I have a 2016 535D Xdrive MSport for which I consider buying a set of 20" Modulare B11 wheels with the following tire arrangement
Front Tires: 245/30ZR20 --- +33 offset
Rear Tires: 285/25ZR20 --- +40 offset


I'd be grateful for any advice on fitment and look.

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Your tire outside diameter is too small. Normal sizes for staggered setup is 245/35/20 and 275/30/20.
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Thank you.

What about if the front and rear wheels actually are of the same OD? What could go wrong?

I am more concerned with the risk of rear tires rubbing the fenders - any advice on that matter?
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Thank you.

What about if the front and rear wheels actually are of the same OD? What could go wrong?

I am more concerned with the risk of rear tires rubbing the fenders - any advice on that matter?
We would need to know the width of your proposed wheels to know for sure if the offsets are OK, but assuming they are 8.5" for front (standard width for 245 tire) and 9.5" for rear (normal width for 285 tire) then your front offset is fine, and your rear offset is probably OK.

Regarding tire OD, your selection of 30 and 25 ratio tires (front / back respective) gives you less rubber and a thinner tire than OEM, so it will look wrong and also make it more likely that you will damage your wheels on potholes or hard bumps.
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Thank you.

The front wheels are 9" width and the rear ones are 10" in width.
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Thank you.

The front wheels are 9" width and the rear ones are 10" in width.
You should be OK.
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I'm glad to know that and I'm grateful for your kind help.
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M5 343 rims on 535i drive

These came off a M5 and will be going on my 535i M-sport.

Fronts: 20x9 ET 20
Rears: 20x11 ET 36

Which tires would you all suggest for the above rims. Looking for a bit more meat to protect the rims and no rubbing issues.

245/40, 285/35
245/35, 285/30
255/35, 295/30

Open to other suggestions, thanks!![/QUOTE]
Im. trying to make a set up for my 535ix what tires did you end up using?
Please Help
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Help i have 20inch niche m203 vosso rims front i have 255/35/20 rear i have 285/35/20 On my 535i and it's a lot of vibration the rim place said they balanced the rims saying maybe the rims cracked and that's not true [IMG][/IMG]
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