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      07-02-2018, 10:53 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, 06:15 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, 02:14 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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