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      02-22-2017, 05:53 PM   #1
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F265 35 19 / R295 30 19

Anyone running these tyre sizes without issue? I've just bought a s/h set of 345 rims but this is the MPSS tyre set that's on them!
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Anyone running these tyre sizes without issue? I've just bought a s/h set of 345 rims but this is the MPSS tyre set that's on them!
? 345m come from the factory with that size?
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They come with 265/40/19 and 295/35/19

343M and 601M come with 265/35/20 and 295/30/20
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Those are way too short. They'll give misreadings on the speedometer.
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I bought the 345m wheels off eBay in U.K. I was told they had just come off an M5 with good MPSS tyres. I didn't think to check the tyre size was correct. The wheels are great, but the tyres are the wrong size. I did the deal outside eBay and the seller not replying so I'm stuck with these tyres. I just wondered if they could be used on the M5? Anyone else using these sizes?
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Those are way too short. They'll give misreadings on the speedometer.
correct.. you would need a 35 series in the rear.. any specifics on weight differences in the rear wheel.
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I bought the 345m wheels off eBay in U.K. I was told they had just come off an M5 with good MPSS tyres. I didn't think to check the tyre size was correct. The wheels are great, but the tyres are the wrong size. I did the deal outside eBay and the seller not replying so I'm stuck with these tyres. I just wondered if they could be used on the M5? Anyone else using these sizes?
Of course they can be used on the car. You can run all sorts of tire sizes on the car. It's just not ideal. You'll sacrifice performance and ride quality, and it might throw off the DSC and speedometer. But yeah, if you don't mind any of these, you can run them.
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I bought the 345m wheels off eBay in U.K. I was told they had just come off an M5 with good MPSS tyres. I didn't think to check the tyre size was correct. The wheels are great, but the tyres are the wrong size. I did the deal outside eBay and the seller not replying so I'm stuck with these tyres. I just wondered if they could be used on the M5? Anyone else using these sizes?

sell the tires.

then go on the hunt for:

F265 40 19 / R295 35 19

this will ensure that the overall diameter of the wheel(tire+rim) is within factory spec.
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New tyres ordered
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