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      05-16-2005, 04:11 PM   #1
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Wheel question for E90??

Will 19 x 8.5 wheels fit the New E90 with a 35 offset? Also do you guys know if the Caliper on the E90 325I is bigger than the E46 330I?
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Hi,

There should be no problem fitting there rims on your e90.
I've also purchased 19 x 8.5 ET35 for my e90.

I'll let you know next week, when i have my car

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Will 19 x 8.5 wheels fit the New E90 with a 35 offset? Also do you guys know if the Caliper on the E90 325I is bigger than the E46 330I?

19x8.5 with 35 offset will definatly fit, no quetion about it, it depends on what tire size too, but if you get something like a 235/35/19 it shouldnt be a problem at all. As for the brakes on the 325i, thats a good question, I dont know the caliper size, maybee one of the people who own the car already can measure for us ?
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Are you xdrive? Why are you running square? 35 all corners is fine for LCI.
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Yes, you wont have any issues fitting the 19x8.5 ET35 wheels on your E90. However, I would most definitely recommend at least a 5mm spacer in the rear for a better look.
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