Thread: Will it fit?
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      11-20-2012, 04:42 PM   #6
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I do not think that a 10.5 with a +22 offset will work in the front. Even a 9.5 +22 is typically close to a height adjustable suspension, and does not have a huge amount of space between the fender as well.

A 10.5 +22 wheel would give you ~12.5mm less space on the inside and outside than a 9.5 +22, which from what I've seen is not available on an E9x M3.
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