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      08-08-2011, 10:18 AM   #1
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After a bit of research, I've decided to purchase black Avant Garde M359s for my incoming 335is. The suspension will remain stock, and I will not be rolling fenders. Basically, I want a plug-and-play solution. Here's what I've gathered in my research--please correct me if this setup will cause issues:

Front: 19x9 35 on 235/35/19
Rear: 19x10 38 on 265/30/19

Sound good? If it has any bearing, I weigh about 145 pounds, and will rarely have any passengers or cargo on board.

Finally, I need to find a vendor who will sell the set with TPMS and tires installed so all I need to do is swap them with the factory wheels and be on my way. Any direction is appreciated.

Thank you!
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After a bit of research, I've decided to purchase black Avant Garde M359s for my incoming 335is. The suspension will remain stock, and I will not be rolling fenders. Basically, I want a plug-and-play solution. Here's what I've gathered in my research--please correct me if this setup will cause issues:

Front: 19x9 35 on 235/35/19
Rear: 19x10 38 on 265/30/19

Sound good? If it has any bearing, I weigh about 145 pounds, and will rarely have any passengers or cargo on board.

Finally, I need to find a vendor who will sell the set with TPMS and tires installed so all I need to do is swap them with the factory wheels and be on my way. Any direction is appreciated.

Thank you!
You should be right there. 10's in the rear with 38 offset and 265's should be ok too. Coupe or sedan?
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After a bit of research, I've decided to purchase black Avant Garde M359s for my incoming 335is. The suspension will remain stock, and I will not be rolling fenders. Basically, I want a plug-and-play solution. Here's what I've gathered in my research--please correct me if this setup will cause issues:

Front: 19x9 35 on 235/35/19
Rear: 19x10 38 on 265/30/19

Sound good? If it has any bearing, I weigh about 145 pounds, and will rarely have any passengers or cargo on board.

Finally, I need to find a vendor who will sell the set with TPMS and tires installed so all I need to do is swap them with the factory wheels and be on my way. Any direction is appreciated.

Thank you!
Hey,

Your research is spot on.
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- 19"x9.0" ET35mm Front 235/35/19
- 19"x10.0" ET38mm Rear 265/30/19

Also, I tried shooting you a PM but it seems like your a new guy on the board. Welcome! If you would like, please shoot me an email at sean@pyspeed.com. We will take care of all your needs including TPMS and tire packages!
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You'll have no issues getting the 19x9.0 ET35 with a 235/35/19 and 19x10 ET38 with a 265/30/19 in the rear. We do have wheel/tire/tpms packages available as well and can most definitely help you out. Feel free to send me an email here at Alan************.com or give me a call at 714-582-3330 x 8006 and I'd be more than happy to discuss this all in a bit more detail with you. In the meantime, here are a few shots of the Avant Garde M359 wheels installed on my customers 2007 E92 335i which will be the same fit for you to check out!

[IMG]http://www.**********s.com/images/Products/Avant%20Garde/M359%20Pictures/avant-garde-m359-hypersilver-wheels-white-e92-335i-1.JPG[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.**********s.com/images/Products/Avant%20Garde/M359%20Pictures/avant-garde-m359-hypersilver-wheels-white-e92-335i-6.JPG[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.**********s.com/images/Products/Avant%20Garde/M359%20Pictures/avant-garde-m359-hypersilver-wheels-white-e92-335i-7.JPG[/IMG]

[IMG]http://www.**********s.com/images/Products/Avant%20Garde/M359%20Pictures/avant-garde-m359-hypersilver-wheels-white-e92-335i-4.JPG[/IMG]
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