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      05-21-2019, 07:12 PM   #1
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Wheel sizes

I know it's been said..

Looking for 19's or 20's.

Staggered

What width and offset can I get on my 10 e92?
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I am wondering if I can get away with 9" 255/30/19 et20-30 front and 10-10.5" 275/30 et30-35 rear.

I am stock suspension and want a tight fit with no rub. Thanks
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Nothing is really going to give you the tight fit you're looking for without adjusting your suspension. I had 20s on stock suspension and didn't look right until I lowered it.

I'd recommend checking out this forum, they have different offsets as well as pictures posted so you can get an idea, but most of them are lowered in some way (lowering springs, coilovers, bagged, or something else).

https://www.m3post.com/forums/showth...475902&page=42
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Nothing is really going to give you the tight fit you're looking for without adjusting your suspension. I had 20s on stock suspension and didn't look right until I lowered it.

I'd recommend checking out this forum, they have different offsets as well as pictures posted so you can get an idea, but most of them are lowered in some way (lowering springs, coilovers, bagged, or something else).

https://www.m3post.com/forums/showth...02&page=42
Perfect ty!!

I'll check it out
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Check out our fitment guide as well to get an idea of the widths and offsets that will work, as well as any additional modifications required to go wider: https://support.apexraceparts.com/hc...-Fitment-Guide

You can easily go with 9.5" ET22 and 10.5" ET22 for example without any modifications.

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