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      05-07-2021, 03:51 AM   #1
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305 Tyres On 10.5J ?? BMW M4 - Help

Hey guys! , I own a 2015 BMW M4 currently on stock suspension. Ordered new wheels a month back with the intention of getting Michelin PS4S tires installed ( 295/30/20 ), therefore the wheel that I ordered was 10.5J with an offset of 35 in the rear.

The wheel is arriving soon however Iíve seen a few M4s with 305 tires who say that it makes a big difference in grip. Paid quite a bit for the wheels therefore changing to a larger wheel size is out of the equation, unfortunately.

Was wondering if I will be good with a 305/30/20 tire on a 10.5J wheel ( since the wheel has been made already )

Will, there be any tire rubbing ( car is not lowered ), aiming for air suspension later this year.

Does anyone know if I will run into any rubbing issues?

Looking forward to some responses 😄Cheers
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With that rear offset it's pushing it. It's going to look a little weird, but will probably fit on stock suspension. You will probably need to add camber with a drop.

A 295 on that wheel and offset is a much better fit.
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With that rear offset it's pushing it. It's going to look a little weird, but will probably fit on stock suspension. You will probably need to add camber with a drop.

A 295 on that wheel and offset is a much better fit.
Hmm by weird do you mean that the side wall will look too thick? or that the tyre will stick out more than the actual wheel ?
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