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      01-19-2012, 09:59 AM   #1
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Hy guys i have 19\'s on my 07 335 now but found a rim I really think will set the car off perfectly...I want to step it up to a 20inch rim though...the guy from the company swears up and down that even though my car is lowered the offset he will make the rims will allow me to have the 20 without any rub...although I am a mod freak rims and offsets is somewhat of a weak point of my knowledge...any help????
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      01-19-2012, 01:14 PM   #2
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with conservative offsets (higher numbers) and width, the 20s will fit fine. since your car is lowered (depending on how low), it'll be a good idea to get the rear fenders rolled still. there are several guys here on 20s and they fit.
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We make 20s that can work with E90 and E92s without rubbing when the car is on factory suspension. We recommend a 20x9 ET35 and 20x10 ET35 on E90 pre-LCIs and E92s. One thing to really consider though is your tire sizing. While 20s can fit, when your car is lowered a lot of things change, like your alignment. I'd say that depending on what tire you end up going with, the size of the tire, etc. you could make them work.
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Thanks guys I'm ignorant when comes to tires and rims.....I just really believe the 20's will set the car off way better..thanks again
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