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      11-07-2010, 02:33 AM   #1
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My X6 on 22" AC Schnitzer Type II wheels

Just got these installed.... I need to change the tires though...it is way to low profile. It came with the ACS wheels when I bought them from an individual.

Right now, the tires are:

The wheels are all 10.5 x 22

Front: 265/30/22
Rear: 295/25/22

I need more "meat" on these tires. I am thinking of doing...FR: 265/35/22
Rear: 305/30/22

What do you guys think? I just think a bigger/thicker tires would make it look so much better and not need as much of a drop(if even)





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      11-09-2010, 01:48 PM   #3
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Yes I do....but I need to fix the tire issue first. Any recommendations?
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I can be wrong but if you change the tyre size to which was not advised by bmw you can get errors( you'd better clarify this issue!
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Definately wrong tire size!! front shold be 285 anr rear 335 and you need more "meat"!!!
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Definately wrong tire size!! front shold be 285 anr rear 335 and you need more "meat"!!!
Thanks for the advice!
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You can do 285/35/22 in front and 315/30/22 rears. Also recommend Hamann 40mm drop.
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You can do 285/35/22 in front and 315/30/22 rears. Also recommend Hamann 40mm drop.

Im very happy with my hamann springs...not too low but still aggressive. 1.5 inch..now if my wheels ever get finished ill post those pics as well
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      11-14-2010, 02:39 PM   #9
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My wife was getting tired of the attention since she primarily drives this....so she wants to go back to stock.

Now the wheels are for sale: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=320617568907
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