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      06-25-2009, 08:11 AM   #1
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Will these DPE work on my E92

Will this config work o will spacers and new rubber be required?

MINT DPE WHEELS & TOYO TIRES FOR BMW E46 M3 E90 E91 323i 325i E92 E93 328i 330i 335i

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8.5 inch wide wheels with 245-30-20 front toyo proxes t1-r tires 95% new

10 inch wide wheels with 285-25-20 rear toyo proxes t1-r tires 90% new

offset 35 front 25 rear
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      06-25-2009, 09:37 AM   #2
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Will this config work o will spacers and new rubber be required?

MINT DPE WHEELS & TOYO TIRES FOR BMW E46 M3 E90 E91 323i 325i E92 E93 328i 330i 335i

Shadow Chrome Black Lip with Matte Black Center

8.5 inch wide wheels with 245-30-20 front toyo proxes t1-r tires 95% new

10 inch wide wheels with 285-25-20 rear toyo proxes t1-r tires 90% new

offset 35 front 25 rear
The 20" x 8.5" ET35 is WAY off. You would need a 20mm spacer to make it look good. You would need a 6mm spacer just to put it at stock. The 20" x 10" ET25 on the other hand is good. You would maybe put a 5mm spacer or so to make it more flush, but that is it. The tires are good sizes on these wheels.

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Thanks Andy. Figured they were off of a E46 and not a E92.
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      06-25-2009, 12:34 PM   #4
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I would be weary of that seller, the offsets for an E46 non-M and E46 M3 are significantly different so find out the offsets if you are interested.
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