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      11-26-2006, 07:05 PM   #1
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bbs ch fitment

245/35/19
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19X8.5f +35offset
19X10r +20offset

sport suspension (h&r sport coilovers)
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how would this fit? i want to be flush with the fender, don't want to rub, but i am willing to roll the fenders.

Please let me know, thanks
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245/35/19
275/30/19

19X8.5f +35offset
19X10r +20offset

sport suspension (h&r sport coilovers)
bmw 335i coupe.

how would this fit? i want to be flush with the fender, don't want to rub, but i am willing to roll the fenders.

Please let me know, thanks
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There was a member who posted pics of his 335 with those size bbs ch's on... Im not too sure about tire size. I think it will go way beyond rubbing. The E92 does not have as extended fenders as the E90 does. Youll see his rim and tire are well out past the fender...

Im sure it can be done with suspension settings, but it doesnt look that good... Id say go with the less aggressive rears...
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      11-26-2006, 07:44 PM   #3
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I have a 30mm offset with a 9.5" rim and I rub just a bit on the inside fender plastic. If you went with a 30mm + rolled fenders you should be OK.
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      11-26-2006, 07:51 PM   #4
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why do you want ET20 for the back anyways? it doesn't look good with the rim extended past the fenders. Just use ET40 and you will be fine without rolling any fenders, becuz 40 is the perfect fitment for the back.
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      11-26-2006, 08:59 PM   #5
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no way a 20mm offset in the rear is going to be flush unless you added some kind of widebody kit
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Dave look like we will be running simliar cars... Jet Black with BBS CH I got some KW V1 suspension you should look into that.
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I am almost certainly getting the BBS Ch wheels for my e90, but am going with the 9.5" rear wheels with the 40 offset. I want to put my 275/30/19 Michelin Pilot Sport tires on the rear and hope to avoid rolling the fender. The e90 has a lot more room than the e92, so you might want to go with this for your rear wheel. If you decide later you want to bring the wheel out closer to the fender you could add a spacer.
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why do you want ET20 for the back anyways? it doesn't look good with the rim extended past the fenders. Just use ET40 and you will be fine without rolling any fenders, becuz 40 is the perfect fitment for the back.
et40 is NOT perfect for the back of the e92 but et20 for the rear is too aggressive.

et30-35 (rear) is ideal if you want to run a 19x10 with a 275/30/19 tire.
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et40 is NOT perfect for the back of the e92 but et20 for the rear is too aggressive.

et30-35 (rear) is ideal if you want to run a 19x10 with a 275/30/19 tire.
the ET40 I'm talking about is not 19x10, it's 19x9.5...dunno if that makes any difference or not but it'll be great if you could explain. thx
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pretty much this is the question...the exact rim size and wheel sizes i said earlier are the sizes some guy has for sale. Im trying to figure out if it will work alright for my e92. if it does, im gonna pick em up. If not, well shit...im looking for rims again.

thanks guys, let me know what you would do in my position
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pretty much this is the question...the exact rim size and wheel sizes i said earlier are the sizes some guy has for sale. Im trying to figure out if it will work alright for my e92. if it does, im gonna pick em up. If not, well shit...im looking for rims again.

thanks guys, let me know what you would do in my position

You need more offset, especially with a 10' rim. Right now you are extended past the fender. Look for something with a 40mm and you can always add spacers if you need to get closer to the fender.
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Since you are getting new wheels, the ideal would be to get the proper offset so you don't have to use spacers, which can crack. Follow diesel007's lead. He has BBS CH installed on his car, and they look great.
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the ET40 I'm talking about is not 19x10, it's 19x9.5...dunno if that makes any difference or not but it'll be great if you could explain. thx

The wheels width does no matter so much beucase you can put same size tire on a 19x10 as you can on a 9.5. If anything the wider wheel will allow you to run a wider tire so a higher offset will look less tucked in to the wheel well.

I would suggest running a search on e90 wheels. You will see many members running e46 non-m offsets without spacers. Is usually works out to 19x9.5 et40 265/30/19. If you think that it looks too tucked on the e90 remember that the coupe will be tucked in 5mm more.

I personally think you should order wheels with the right specs and not run spacers. I have had very bad experience with them.
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Too bad BBS don't make CH wheels with approx. ET30.
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ET20 will not fit your rear. Unfortunately, BMW made the e92 coupe less aggressive than the e90. However, if you look at the previous 2 generations of 3 series coupes (e46 and e36), you will find out that the coupes are pretty narrow in terms of wheel wells with the exception of the e46 m3. So please stop the insanity and remember that the e92 coupe fitment IS NOT the same as the e90!
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Too bad BBS don't make CH wheels with approx. ET30.
They will make you anything you want, they just don't mass produce that offset/size.
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Can i run a 25mm offset on the front?
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