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      10-24-2019, 10:24 PM   #1
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Tire question

Could 315/35/20 fits on 2011 wheel and also fits well on the car?
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Which 2011 wheel? And what are the specs of this 2011 wheel? Min/max tire widths are determined by the width of the tire. You give no specific 20" BMW wheel. If you don't know which BMW wheel style you have...either decode your VIN...or go to one of the online part database sites and pull up the wheel diagrams and search for the wheel that you have.
  • To decode your VIN (type in the last 7 digits): www.mdecoder.com
  • To look up the 2011 wheels that were available for your car (type in the last 7 digits of your VIN...then browse over to the Wheel diagrams): www.bmwfans.info
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20✖️11 sorry
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with 20 inches rear tire 315/30 will fit, 315/35 possibly not.
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20✖️11 sorry
Ditto reply above in regards to a 315mm tire fitting an 11" wide wheel. But I would run your wheel/tire specs thru a calculator to see what the specs would be between the orig specs vs these new specs. Then you'll need to compare what you'll be running on the other axle if this is going to be a staggered set up vs a square setup. Both axles need to have a rolling diameter/circumference that is within similar specs.

Try running the wheel & tire specs comparing old & new for each axle...then compare both axles to make sure you're within spec: www.willtheyfit.com
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