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      02-04-2013, 05:07 PM   #23
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I have resolved this issue.

I put on 225/245 Goodyear Eagle F1 Assymetric All Seasons and used the VB3 as my winter rims.

turns out that the wheels are a more aggressive offset (as noted by many people here), and that with a narrower tire, ive rubbed once in about 600 miles so far.
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      03-31-2013, 06:22 PM   #24
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Have any of you guys used an 18x9.5 et33 offset in the rear with vmr vb3's? I'm going to be picking some up and that's the offset I want to go with. I saw a picture of another 1 using that offset but no idea if he had any rubbing issues.
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Interesting problem you have here as the offsets are not THAT far off what is usually recommended for a 255 rear tyre. If I'm not mistaken, the higher the offset, the more inwards the wheel comes to the vehicle.

I'll be running a 19x8 ET48 225/35 and 19x9 ET50 255/30 front and rear on Michelin PSS. Hopefully I won't get any rubbing on stock suspension....though I am looking at the BMW PS as well after the wheel change. Hopefully I'll be ok too?
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Interesting problem you have here as the offsets are not THAT far off what is usually recommended for a 255 rear tyre. If I'm not mistaken, the higher the offset, the more inwards the wheel comes to the vehicle.

I'll be running a 19x8 ET48 225/35 and 19x9 ET50 255/30 front and rear on Michelin PSS. Hopefully I won't get any rubbing on stock suspension....though I am looking at the BMW PS as well after the wheel change. Hopefully I'll be ok too?
I doubt you'll have issues since those offsets are closer to OEM offsets on m sport wheels.
Not sure though since you'll be on 19s.
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I'm unsure also, but it's all about rolling diameter and width if i am not mistaken. I calculated the differences using this tool (I recommend anyone else who changes wheels/tyres does the same):

http://www.rimsntires.com/specs.jsp

VS. OEM:
Fronts
4mm closer to suspension/brakes
6mm father sticking out in fenders
6mm additional wheelwell fill
1.8% faster on speedometer

Rears
3mm closer to suspension/brakes
7mm father sticking out in fenders
4mm additional wheelwell fill
1.3% faster on speedometer

An 18" wheel package saw almost identical variances as the tyre width was upped from 215 to 225 and 245 to 255 respectively. The 19's only saw a step down in tyre wall height from 40 to 35 and 35 to 30 respectively.
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      04-02-2013, 11:43 AM   #28
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This sounds good to me

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Just do a few donuts to wear down the outside shoulders of the tyres
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