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      09-10-2012, 10:15 PM   #1
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Will 19x8.5 19x9.5 fit without modification on a 2007 328i sedan.
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      09-11-2012, 03:21 AM   #2
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Will 19x8.5 19x9.5 fit without modification on a 2007 328i sedan.
Generally yes. Depends on wheel offset?
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Absolutely, recommended offsets for those widths would be +35 to +40 on the front and +38 to +45 on the rear. Anything around those values should fit fine.

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Absolutely, recommended offsets for those widths would be +35 to +40 on the front and +38 to +45 on the rear. Anything around those values should fit fine.

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The offset is +38 on both front and rear. What size tires would I need to get to stay away from rubbing?
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The offset is +38 on both front and rear. What size tires would I need to get to stay away from rubbing?
235/35R19 and 265/30R19 would be rub-free fitments.

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