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      10-01-2012, 09:32 PM   #9
Lee22
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Originally Posted by bmwe92fan View Post
Thats why I asked - the offset for the e46 m3 front is different than the e92 m3. Rears are usually compatible but if those were made for the e46 then you would probably need a spacer for the fronts to fit properly on the e92 m3
that may be true. i know that some guys run a small spacer on their OEM front rims to give the car a wider stance for better handing. aesthetically it looks more aggressive as well, so one could do the same with these wheels with no issue.
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