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      03-19-2008, 05:21 PM   #1
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Repost of a question i had about fitment

Just let me get it straight please.. sorry about the repost.

but will

19x8.5 et 35 with 235 35 19's front

19x9.5 et 25 with 265 35 19's rear

work on E92 M3?

if not, what do i need to make it work and fit fine? thanks for prompt replies to my specific questions
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      03-20-2008, 01:06 AM   #2
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can i get a quick answer, i need to order tires asap...
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i need to order soon guys
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No one on the US can confirm the fitment because the car just arrived on the shores. And the front offset may not work because the factory offset is ET29 on a 19x8.5. The should be ok because the 19x9.5 is an ET23.
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thanks ^^

spacers would do?
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sounds like the BBS RS-GT spec for the E46M3...are you putting my old wheels on your car?

rvacha is doing the same from what I've read, you should pm him...

Your guy's cars are going to look tough.
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I want to say yes, because usually that is the only way to change the wheel fitment when a lower offset was required. But there's a couple things that are holding me back from doing so. 1 - Not having the chance to get any actual hands on fitment experience with the car. 2 - Leads to not knowing how exact of a fitment you can go with (in other words what size spacer will be needed).

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thanks ^^

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sounds like the BBS RS-GT spec for the E46M3...are you putting my old wheels on your car?

rvacha is doing the same from what I've read, you should pm him...

Your guy's cars are going to look tough.
nah i wanted to get urs tho!! E90SLAM has yours btw... i have Mike's ones from e46fanatics

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I want to say yes, because usually that is the only way to change the wheel fitment when a lower offset was required. But there's a couple things that are holding me back from doing so. 1 - Not having the chance to get any actual hands on fitment experience with the car. 2 - Leads to not knowing how exact of a fitment you can go with (in other words what size spacer will be needed).
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