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      08-05-2011, 08:25 PM   #1
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Question: E46 19" M3 on Pre-LCI E90 Sport

Hi Guys,

A little bored today and found some 19" e46 M3 wheels today locally. I was wondering if anybody can let me know if these will fit my 07 335i Sport. I have read many threads and it seems as though they can if I use spacers on the front and change the all tires from M fittings. So I guess the question is can this work and if so what spacers and size tires do I need to run without rubbing. Please note I do not plan on lowering the suspension or rolling the fenders. Thanks in advance for your help guys.
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Also found a set of 18" E46 m3 staggered. Would this be a better option? Can I use my stock tires on the 18" rims? Thanks.
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      08-08-2011, 11:41 AM   #3
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Can anybody help me out? Seller is holding the rims for me. Thanks.
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