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      04-27-2012, 12:07 AM   #1
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18" Wheel Question/Help

I just put new tires on my e92 193's Staggered 18x8(F) and 18x8.5(R)
225/40-18 (Front)
255/35-18 (Rear) Continental Extreme DW

I really like the BBS LM-Reps (I can't afford real ones) in diamond black finish but not sure what offsets and width of wheels that are available or need to fit those tires and also trying to look for wheels that won't rub or need any fender rolling of any kind. Someone told me I would need spacers to accomodate with the wheels.

Sorry for the noob questions but not sure what exactly I need. Any help would be great!

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