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      12-11-2011, 06:13 PM   #1
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vmr v 710 help me

Hi)i want to buy vmr v710 19" for my bmw 135 stock)
Can you tell me the size of the wheels that will fit on my car perfectly? Thanx
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If you want 19"s then F: 225/35/19 with VMR V710 +45 Offsets & R: 245/30/19 with VMR V710 +50 Offset.

Those should work with stock suspension.
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If you want 19"s then F: 225/35/19 with VMR V710 +45 Offsets & R: 245/30/19 with VMR V710 +50 Offset.

Those should work with stock suspension.
+1 that is the recommended fitment.
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19x8.5 ET45 front and 19x9.5 ET50 rear would work perfectly fine with 225/35/19 front and 255/30/19 rear tires.
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      12-13-2011, 03:37 PM   #5
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Hi)i want to buy vmr v710 19" for my bmw 135 stock)
Can you tell me the size of the wheels that will fit on my car perfectly? Thanx


I am running that exact same setup, this was before lowering it at stock height. No rubbing even on the worst roads or bumps.
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      12-13-2011, 08:04 PM   #6
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if you want the 19 inch with 255 in the rear you will need to roll the rear fenders ... that's what the guys of VMR Switzerland were telling me

and you have to put the Hankook S1 Evo on the tyre ... that's a really thin tyre compared with others.

1st set up ( 19 inch )
than you can put this set up on the car VMR V710
Front : 8.5x19 ET45 225/35 19 Hankook S1 EVO
Rear : 9.5x19 ET50 255/30 19 Hankook S1 EvO
this set up is possible with fender rolling on the rear fenders - no repainting required - no modifications at the front required.

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2nd set up ( 18 inch )
with small or none modifications at the rear fender
Front : 8.5x18 ET45 225/40 18 Hankook S1 EVO
Rear : 9.5x18 ET50 245/35 18 Hankook S1 EvO

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      12-13-2011, 08:14 PM   #7
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Correct, I'm running a Nitto 555 245 in the rear and there is no modification needed. However the 555 are known to run smaller. As you can see from the pic, going bigger could cause rubbing problems depending on tire brand. I can only vouch for the 245 myself
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i have to tell you that this information i received from them is based on a KW Coilover variant 3. If you want to lower the car with that set up ... ROLLING
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      12-23-2011, 01:51 AM   #9
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I am running that exact same setup, this was before lowering it at stock height. No rubbing even on the worst roads or bumps.
Do you have any other pictures before you lowered the car with those 19s?
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I believe this is at stock height on 19s.

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      12-29-2011, 12:40 PM   #11
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Do you have any other pictures before you lowered the car with those 19s?
Yeah, these were before I lowered it as well





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      11-27-2012, 12:27 AM   #13
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What if to go with the 18 VMRs 710 ? what would be the size, offset and the recommended tires w/o rubbing or modifications ?

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What if to go with the 18 VMRs 710 ? what would be the size, offset and the recommended tires w/o rubbing or modifications ?

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I believe it would be the the same exact set up, +45/+50 for wheels and 225/255 for tires except you would be using 18" on wheels and tires.
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I believe it would be the the same exact set up, +45/+50 for wheels and 225/255 for tires except you would be using 18" on wheels and tires.
The 255's w/ the VMR710 18 x 9.5 +50 would not rub at all (Bridgestone S-4) ?

Other rims am looking @ are the alufelgen 18 x 9 +48 @ the rears w/ the 255s.

Any one else ??
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The 255's w/ the VMR710 18 x 9.5 +50 would not rub at all (Bridgestone S-4) ?

Other rims am looking @ are the alufelgen 18 x 9 +48 @ the rears w/ the 255s.

Any one else ??
Yup, it wouldn't rub. Also, I vote for Alufelgen because I think they have the perfect fitment for our cars. This is what I plan to buy, but I'm still saving up for it.
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Yup, it wouldn't rub. Also, I vote for Alufelgen because I think they have the perfect fitment for our cars. This is what I plan to buy, but I'm still saving up for it.
Let's talk about the rear tires/wheels for the moment with the 255/35/18 tires fitted on these two rims.

How would this tire look with the VMR710 18 x 9.5 offset 50 and the aluf CS7 with 18 x9 offset 48 ?

Which one would stick out of the wheel well or fenders ?
Would the aluf stick out more compared to the original OEM wheels ?
Which of the two rims would make the wheels stretched more ??
If either rims will not cause to rub with above tires, i can live with either rims...

Thanks for the clarifications.
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