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      03-03-2009, 01:13 AM   #1
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Red face Newbie Wheel Question, Will this fit?

I found a set of BBS @ 20's, with following setting
F8.5JJ  R10JJ  F+36  R+38

Will this set fit E92 m3? or it will require spacer's?
I'm very new to wheels, so please let me know what I need to know to get it right

Thanks guys!
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      03-03-2009, 01:14 AM   #2
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I wouldn't put +36 and +38 offset wheels on my car, but with 15mm spacers they might look okay.
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I wouldn't put +36 and +38 offset wheels on my car, but with 15mm spacers they might look okay.
You might need massive spacers. I was going to get a set of Volk w
E46 M3 offset, but decided against it because I would have had to run spacers in the front.
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The widths are fine, you would probably need spacers because those offsets are higher than stock. Front is not sooo far off, but the rear needs a big spacer,
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^+1 Totally agree. you can put 15mm spacers all around and they will work with the new M3. That set up is more like non-M E92 set up.
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