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      03-20-2020, 02:09 PM   #7
Wyndi335I
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Drives: BMW 335I
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Originally Posted by Preciseyyc View Post
Nah I'm not worried about it. We have shit roads here but stock 20s aren't much better anyways.
If you have lots of potholes and run cheap quality wheels you may be more prone to cracked or bent wheels, or bulging tires. But worth the risk IMO. 19s just look so small everyone thinks it's on 18s.

My only advice is stay as close to oem diameter as possible for Speedo accuracy, and don't vary front ti back diameters more than the allowable 1% I Believe it is
Yeah, you are right. I was even thinking of 255/35 and 285/30 for car. Cant wait to see your wheels on car and also love the color of yours too.