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      02-09-2012, 09:16 AM   #1
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Will this setup work?

Hey guys,

I have looked around and havent found anything. I am also not so good with wheel sizing (reason for the post) I was wondering if this setup will work on my e92 m3. Also what needs to be done to get it to work?

18x8.5 +35
18x10 +40

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Hey Mark.

I personally would not recommend it. For that to work, you would need some hefty spacers up front and in the rear. I think you would be better off picking up a different set that fit's properly.

The OEM front 18's are even more aggressive than those. They're 18x8.5 +29. So to even match the fitment of stock, you would need a 6mm spacer on that set you mention.

If you are set on them and want them to work. To get to OEM fitment, you'd probably need a 5-10mm spacer upfront and a 15-20mm spacer in the rear.

Best of luck buddy!
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Nah dude... get a better offset the size is ok... its just the offset is not right...

but if your going to get one anyways.... get the correct size so you wont regret...

ex. 18x9.5 +22 and 18x10.5 +25 well i prefer this set up anyways...
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thanks buddy, just was curious to see what would be needed to make them work, i pretty much figured it would take alot
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yeah way to much of a spacer needed, dont bother
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