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Mad4it 09-28-2012 12:15 PM

Help with how much stretch on x5 alloys
 
I got hold of some 235 40 19 on the cheap
Wondered if the stretch would be to much on a 10 j x5 alloy wheel

Has anyone tried this pls help
Cheers mad4it

ModBargains II 09-28-2012 12:41 PM

I believe someone in another thread here on the forums said that they were running a 235/35/19 on their OEM X5 wheels.
You may be able to get away with that 235/40/19 with some fender work and negative camber. The tire brand can help determine if it might work or not as some tires do tend to run a bit larger in size such as the Conti DW's or Michelline Pilot sports.

Mad4it 09-28-2012 12:54 PM

Thanks for the reply,

The tyres brand is REO 50A Bridgestone Potenza, will I still need arche mods if I get the right tyres?

Thanks

ModBargains II 09-28-2012 01:03 PM

More than likely you will still need to roll your fenders and run negative camber as it is a really aggressive fitment for any E46 non M.
Have you already purchased the wheels? I can actually help you out in getting a perfect set of wheels that will work on your car without any rubbing issues.
I can even get you a set of wheels that will work with those tires you just purchased :thumbsup:

Mad4it 09-28-2012 01:09 PM

yeah i brought a set being painted as we speak
really dont want rubbing love the look of theses wheels e53 x5 alloys

i have a msport touring does this help in any way

what wheels do u have for sale ?
and how much
cheers
mark


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