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      09-06-2012, 11:25 PM   #1
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Requesting: AG M359 On Stock Suspension

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I am wondering does anyone have a picture of the Avant Garde M359 F:19X9ET35 R:19X9ET38 on stock suspension? I would like to keep my stock suspension while rocking those wheels. Will you know what tire size i should get so that it will not rub. I would like to go the widest tires that I can get.


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Take a look at the pictures I posted a couple weeks ago. I got gunmetal m359 reps on stock sport suspension. It doesn't look bad
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not on stock suspension, but here take a look through the pages, youll find some pictues.
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=728102

I run

F: 19x8.5 235/35/19 et25
R: 19x9.5 265/30/19 et21

no fender work, no rubbing. If youre not lowered you can go easily go wider if you want
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why would you run a weaker offset rear than front?
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not on stock suspension, but here take a look through the pages, youll find some pictues.
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=728102

I run

F: 19x8.5 235/35/19 et25
R: 19x9.5 265/30/19 et21

no fender work, no rubbing. If you're not lowered you can go easily go wider if you want
Is the lower the number, the higher the offset? Just making sure because you are running a really low offset but the width of the wheels are only 8.5 and 9.5 instead of 9 and 10.

Also, I would like to know why the rear offset is less than the front as well.

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I'm a vert on stock sport suspension. I think perches up front and a 10mm rear spacer will be perfect. I'm not looking to lower with springs. Sport is good enough with me.







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^----What kind of wheels are you running, offset, width, tires, etc?
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^----What kind of wheels are you running, offset, width, tires, etc?
The Avant Garde M359

Fronts are 19x9.0 ET35 with a 235/35/19 Continental DW

Rears are 19x10 ET38 with a 265/30/19 Continental DW

Debating to get 275 in the rear or some spacers, I have a little bit of room to work with. Front sits pretty flush, any spacer would have it outside the fender.
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I'm trying to get it flush as well but w/o spacers. Do you think I can go with a lower offset with the BMW performance suspension?
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I really don't know anything about the offsets and clearances on the sport suspension. You could definitely have a more aggressive offset in the rear compared to mine though. The front is perfect IMO.
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The Avant Garde M359

Fronts are 19x9.0 ET35 with a 235/35/19 Continental DW

Rears are 19x10 ET38 with a 265/30/19 Continental DW

Debating to get 275 in the rear or some spacers, I have a little bit of room to work with. Front sits pretty flush, any spacer would have it outside the fender.
I have the same set-up and am looking at spacers for the rears. At first I was thinking 10mm would be plenty but I'm now considering 12mm or 15mm. Oh yeah I'm getting my rear fenders rolled as well.
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I'll take some pics today, but it pretty much looks the same as the vert

Yeah there's a bit tucking, but i can barely get two fingers (gap) and I got non-sausage fingers.

EDIT- F 19x9 ET 35, 245/35/19 DWS, R 19x10 ET 38, 275/30/19 DWS. No rub. Unless I got passengers (4) in the car and I go over a bridge bump there's a slight rubbing in the rear. The sticker "No Fat Chicks" is going up ASAP. Note: I do have the Pre-LCI E90 so I have the most leeway in terms of 'space' hence the 245 tire fits perfect. Next set I may opt to down down to 235....maybe. I want to fit a 285 or 295 tire in the rear though because of my turbo upgrade >:]
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why would you run a weaker offset rear than front?
because i wanted it flush in the back?
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I have the same set-up and am looking at spacers for the rears. At first I was thinking 10mm would be plenty but I'm now considering 12mm or 15mm. Oh yeah I'm getting my rear fenders rolled as well.
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I'm a vert on stock sport suspension. I think perches up front and a 10mm rear spacer will be perfect. I'm not looking to lower with springs. Sport is good enough with me.
Your car does look like it is flush in the front but not in the rear. I see it now. but Z3->WRX->335 had pictures and the fender was flushed. Maybe because it was lowered? I would love a size where the wheels and tires would be flush on the stock suspension or BMW performance ones.

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because i wanted it flush in the back?
you have it backwards. lower positive offset = more flush. higher positive offset = more tucked
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you have it backwards. lower positive offset = more flush. higher positive offset = more tucked
whatever, my wheels are flush. And if your saying a lower positive = more flush, than my rear would be more flush
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did you mean 19x10 +38 in your original post? that would make more sense. AG doesnt even make 19x9 +38.
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I understand this is an old thread, but I have a 2007 BMW 335i. I really want the m359 wheels in matte black for my car but don't want to rub.

As for the whole spacer thing I'm not sure I have never ran them on any car I have ever owned. This is my first BMW so my apologies.

My car is at stock height and most likely will never be dropped. I never have 4 people in my car and want to run DWS in the 235/35 and the 265/30 set up.

Will I be ok without rolling fenders
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I understand this is an old thread, but I have a 2007 BMW 335i. I really want the m359 wheels in matte black for my car but don't want to rub.

As for the whole spacer thing I'm not sure I have never ran them on any car I have ever owned. This is my first BMW so my apologies.

My car is at stock height and most likely will never be dropped. I never have 4 people in my car and want to run DWS in the 235/35 and the 265/30 set up.

Will I be ok without rolling fenders
If you're not dropped and you're not going extreme offsets you'll never have a problem.
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I'm not going to drop it and I won't adjust my suspension at all so I am just worried ill hit a bump in MI I don't wanna bottom out.

I also want to run 275 30 so Idk
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Take a look at the pictures I posted a couple weeks ago. I got gunmetal m359 reps on stock sport suspension. It doesn't look bad
What's the link? I'm curious to see how those wheels look on stock suspensions.
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What's the link? I'm curious to see how those wheels look on stock suspensions.
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=734240
This is all I really have of my car with those wheels. I've been under the weather for the past week but once I get better ill take my camera out and take some pics and update this thread
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