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Old 07-15-2004, 06:12 AM   #1
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Will this wheel tire combo work on a 325i

I am looking at a wheel tire package with the following configuration,
The wheels are 19"X8.5", 40 offset, 19"X9.5", 45 offset, with (235/35/19 front 265/30/19 rear.

I do quite a bit of city driving and wonder if the tire profile may be to low to handle typical city hazards, potholes etc
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Old 07-15-2004, 09:14 AM   #2
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I am looking at a wheel tire package with the following configuration,
The wheels are 19"X8.5", 40 offset, 19"X9.5", 45 offset, with (235/35/19 front 265/30/19 rear.

I do quite a bit of city driving and wonder if the tire profile may be to low to handle typical city hazards, potholes etc

I'd personally lean more towards 18" setups for potholes, city driving, etc... unless you're very carefull.
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