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      03-09-2020, 08:12 AM   #1
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Will these rims and tires fit ok?

Hey guys, have an Ď09 E92 M3. Found a guy selling a set of Avant Garde M359 19x9 et35 fronts with 235/30/19 Hankook, and 19x10 et38 with 265/30/19 hankooks.

Will this set up fit and look ok? Iím lowered on Dinan suspension now with stock style 220ís with 19x8 et29 245/35/19, 19x9.5 et23 265/35/19.

I have spacers on the current setup and like the look.

Thanks for help!
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willtheyfit.com to compare what you have now to what you're looking at.

IMO, the fronts are too skinny and short for the wheel.
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Hey guys, have an '09 E92 M3. Found a guy selling a set of Avant Garde M359 19x9 et35 fronts with 235/30/19 Hankook, and 19x10 et38 with 265/30/19 hankooks.

Will this set up fit and look ok? I'm lowered on Dinan suspension now with stock style 220's with 19x8 et29 245/35/19, 19x9.5 et23 265/35/19.

I have spacers on the current setup and like the look.

Thanks for help!
They'll fit. But note your 220s are a much nicer wheel than the AG replicas.

But I get it, I swapped out of 220s as well. Keep you eyes open for used Apex wheels. You can find a comparable set for $1k and get less stagger than 235/265.
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Hey guys, have an '09 E92 M3. Found a guy selling a set of Avant Garde M359 19x9 et35 fronts with 235/30/19 Hankook, and 19x10 et38 with 265/30/19 hankooks.

Will this set up fit and look ok? I'm lowered on Dinan suspension now with stock style 220's with 19x8 et29 245/35/19, 19x9.5 et23 265/35/19.

I have spacers on the current setup and like the look.

Thanks for help!
They'll fit. But note your 220s are a much nicer wheel than the AG replicas.

But I get it, I swapped out of 220s as well. Keep you eyes open for used Apex wheels. You can find a comparable set for $1k and get less stagger than 235/265.
I'm not much of a fan of the 220's. I'm going to get actual AG 359's.
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The AG is a replica wheel, the 359s you see on the comp package M3 is made by BBS.

If you're stoked on AG, pick them up. I would go with a 255/35 and 275/35 tire on the AGs. You'll probably enjoy the look of the that size tire on the wheel, under the fender flares, and the driving characteristics more than 235/265.

Best of luck!
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The AG is a replica wheel, the 359s you see on the comp package M3 is made by BBS.

If you're stoked on AG, pick them up. I would go with a 255/35 and 275/35 tire on the AGs. You'll probably enjoy the look of the that size tire on the wheel, under the fender flares, and the driving characteristics more than 235/265.

Best of luck!
Got ya, I understand about the wheels.
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The AG is a replica wheel, the 359s you see on the comp package M3 is made by BBS.

If you're stoked on AG, pick them up. I would go with a 255/35 and 275/35 tire on the AGs. You'll probably enjoy the look of the that size tire on the wheel, under the fender flares, and the driving characteristics more than 235/265.

Best of luck!
Apparently 359s are not made by BBS, which surprised me coming from an e46 where the zcp wheels were BBS.
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Apparently 359s are not made by BBS, which surprised me coming from an e46 where the zcp wheels were BBS.
I thought there was a BBS stamp on the inner - Appears the stamp is KAG? You're right, "E46 CSL & ZCP (style 163) wheels were made by BBS".

Good catch!
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The AG is a replica wheel, the 359s you see on the comp package M3 is made by BBS.

If you're stoked on AG, pick them up. I would go with a 255/35 and 275/35 tire on the AGs. You'll probably enjoy the look of the that size tire on the wheel, under the fender flares, and the driving characteristics more than 235/265.

Best of luck!
Apparently 359s are not made by BBS, which surprised me coming from an e46 where the zcp wheels were BBS.
I swear I saw mine stamped with bbs. I'll have to confirm
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