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      05-08-2009, 09:36 AM   #45
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I was wondering the same thing?!?!

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      05-09-2009, 09:01 PM   #46
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What are you talking about? They are not even the same wheels. Im sure these BBS will fit but the ones in that thread are HRE C20's.
What are you talking about? Look at the specs.

The HRE's are 19x9 ET10, 19x10 ET10. If you understand the basics of wheel fitment you would know that the higher the number the less poke. My wheels are 19x8.5 ET15, 19x10 ET25 which are less aggressive than the HRE's specifications. Therefore if those HRE's fit then the RS-GT's will.
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2700 cash, i live in la so we could meet, i would need to know what needs to be done to fit these to me e92 m3. pm me
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What are you talking about? Look at the specs.

The HRE's are 19x9 ET10, 19x10 ET10. If you understand the basics of wheel fitment you would know that the higher the number the less poke. My wheels are 19x8.5 ET15, 19x10 ET25 which are less aggressive than the HRE's specifications. Therefore if those HRE's fit then the RS-GT's will.
I see why you posted that. He is absolutely correct, these wheels will fit the e9x M3 very well.

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do u have a picture of these on an e92 as an example? intersted in these wheels
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2700 cash, i live in la so we could meet, i would need to know what needs to be done to fit these to me e92 m3. pm me
You got PM!
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I see why you posted that. He is absolutely correct, these wheels will fit the e9x M3 very well.

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do u have a picture of these on an e92 as an example? intersted in these wheels

I don't have any pictures, but I figure most of the ones that would have rs-gt's would have the 35 offset and would look more sunken into the fender well.

Be the first with the ET15 fronts.
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BUMP, 3200 shipped.
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BUMP, someone buy these.
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I hate to say it, becuase it is a shame, but wheels are going for dirt cheap used right now.

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Yeah, it's a bummer, but these only have about 10k miles and would be an amazing setup on an M3. If anyone is interested shoot me a PM, I'm willing to work with someone if they are interested.
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http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=675406

These will DEFINITELY fit any E9X M3. Get 'em while they're hot, 3,000 shipped.
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