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      10-03-2013, 07:29 PM   #1
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Enkei Nt03M wheel e92 fitment

Trying to get something straight.
Owner of an e92 m.
They don't list 18 inch as fitment for my vehicle,
However I check a e46 and they list.
Do the 18x8.5 fit for the front or should I get all four as 18x10
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Trying to get something straight.
Owner of an e92 m.
They don't list 18 inch as fitment for my vehicle,
However I check a e46 and they list.
Do the 18x8.5 fit for the front or should I get all four as 18x10
The E46 M3 fitments CAN fit the E92 M3, but its not as aggressive of a fitment.

Front:
18x8.5 +38

Rear:
18x10 +25

You may need a spacer in front if you do the 10in all around depending on your suspension and tire size choice.
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So I can purchase the standard e46 m fitment and they will slap on with no spacers?
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get 18x10 squared
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^that

18x10" ET25 square is the perfect fitment
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So I can purchase the standard e46 m fitment and they will slap on with no spacers?
All depends on what sized tires you want to run. If you want to run stock sized tires, then those wheel sizes will work. You will need spacers in front, however, as that size will sit WAY inside the fender. I am also not certain if that high an offset will allow the wheel to clear the brake caliper. The stock 18" wheel had a 29mm offset in front, so you are 9 mm more inward, and who knows about the actual spoke geometry. You really would want a 20-25mm front spacer. Rear fitment is fine.
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