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    i have just purchased a set of 17'' borbets 8.5j fronts and 10'' rears, they came off of a 5 series and have 255,40,17's on and i fitted them to my 3 series coupe and they were way too big, as far as i'm aware the car is a standard suspension wise, although it does sit quite low, i'm just wondering what size tyres you would advise so i can put them back on the car, for the 8.5's would 205,40's be OK and rears 225,40's.. any help would be much appreciated,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daz325ci View Post
    i have just purchased a set of 17'' borbets 8.5j fronts and 10'' rears, they came off of a 5 series and have 255,40,17's on and i fitted them to my 3 series coupe and they were way too big, as far as i'm aware the car is a standard suspension wise, although it does sit quite low, i'm just wondering what size tyres you would advise so i can put them back on the car, for the 8.5's would 205,40's be OK and rears 225,40's.. any help would be much appreciated,

    Cheers, Darren

    tyre size if your going for stretch would be 205s and 215s but 225 for 10s on the rear is good but i would suggest having your arches pulled out back and rolled pronto

    try arch enemy website and around 120 pounds to do and then slam it to the floor ala stanceworks

    Andy
     
     

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    cool thanks for the reply i shall look in to that
     
     

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