2002 330d m sport. have got some 19 inch csl alloys for my 330d m sport and cant get the back to stop catching

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  1. 2002 330d m sport. have got some 19 inch csl alloys for my 330d m sport and cant get the back to stop catching 
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    I have 235 35 19 on the front and the backs r 245 40 19 and are catching loads any ideas how I can stop this without changing the wheels thanks
     
     

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    Depends on where they are catching, if its the wheel arch OUTER area then its the tyres, may be go for a little strech, if its the inner part then go for some 10 or 12mm spacers, are the wheels the right offset for the car?


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    Yeah its the outer wheel arch do u think 235 35 19 would do it?
     
     

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    You've got some weird setup with the tyres...

    Normally, rears have a lower profile, not the fronts, and depending what's the width of the wheels, you may be able to go a lot narrower than 235 or 245, thus have no rubbing issues.
     
     

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    There original csl alloys and have bigger bk wheels I had 255 35 19 to start wid then went to 245 40 19 and still catching bin told 235 35 19 would be stretched snd not sure if that would be ok???
     
     

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