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Old 04-26-2011, 10:35 PM   #1
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Exclamation Anyone running 19"x9.5" ET33 on NON-M coupe??

Those of you running 19x9.5" ET33 on the rear of their non-m coupe could you please post pics and tire sizes. Im going to be going this route and need input ASAP. Im sitting on eibach prokit springs and will be rolling my fenders. Please any input on fitment/rubbing and tire size/type would be greatly appreciated!! I did tons of searching but found very little on this specific size/offset setup.
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go with a 235 just to be safe, if you want more tire do 245
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Old 04-27-2011, 02:21 PM   #4
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Here's what a 255 looks like on a 9.5 ET33.



The car is lowered on D2 coilovers, and I confirmed that at that height even with some fender work done it still rubbed a bit. So a 245 may be more ideal, or possibly going with a brand of tire like Toyo (Kumhos are what is being pictured for a reference). Fender work will be required but it's definitely possible, as there are even sedans running sizing as aggressive or more aggressive than what we offer.
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yes running 9.5 et27 on all four on my non M cabrio.
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I just put my 19's on yesterday. 19x9.5 et33 265/30/19. Mine is lowered on Eibach sportlines. It rubs very little, but I need too have the fenders rolled.





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Put some passengers in there and it will rub over everything! Looks nice though.
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It does look nice. With fender work it'll be perfect!
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