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      08-29-2010, 12:44 PM   #1
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19" VMR V710 will they fit?

Hi guys,

I had the following setup on my 335 coupe. I have a 2010 135i with sport package and stock suspension.

Will this setup fit at all? I know its pushing it..

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Style: VMR V710
Front: 19"x8.5" Offsett: 35
Rear: 19"x9.5" Offsett: 33

Tires
Style:Toyo T1R Summer Ultra Performance Tire
Front: 235/35/19
Rear: 265/30/19

Thanks for the help
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      08-29-2010, 01:27 PM   #2
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Those are way too aggressive, the 1er needs a 19x8.5 ET45 and 19x9.5 ET50 with 225/35/19 and 255/30/19 front and rear.
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      08-30-2010, 12:50 PM   #3
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So is there anyway at all to get the existing set up to fit? What will happen if I try them on, are they going to be pushed out way to far?
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they will not fit.
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you can make them fit, but its way too aggressive. you would need like -5deg of camber and diff tires, super roll your fender and pull them

if you like the hella hella flush look, they will def be that
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Those are way too aggressive, the 1er needs a 19x8.5 ET45 and 19x9.5 ET50 with 225/35/19 and 255/30/19 front and rear.
Would running this setup require fender rolling?
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Would running this setup require fender rolling?
Yes it will.
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Those offsets you listed are too aggressive for the 1 series, but VMR does make 1 series specific offsets on these wheels... Here's a shot of one:





It's still an aggressive fit, but you wont have major rubbing issues like on the offsets you listed.
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Those offsets you listed are too aggressive for the 1 series, but VMR does make 1 series specific offsets on these wheels... Here's a shot of one:

It's still an aggressive fit, but you wont have major rubbing issues like on the offsets you listed.
Yes we do. We offer the exclusive 1-Series fitments in a 8.5 +45 front and a 9.5 +50 rear. This will allow you to run a 225/245 tire safely without having any issues at stock height.

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Charles,

How much does the v710 in 19" and 18" weigh?

Cheers.
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How much does the v710 in 19" and 18" weigh?

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18x8.5's are approx. 23lbs.
19x8.5's are approx. 25.5lbs.

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