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      01-12-2006, 06:02 PM   #1
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iforged rims ?

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=326823

will these fit? thinking of picking them up if they do....can anyone help?thanks
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No, the fronts will fit, but not the rears.

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Yea thats a bit close and you would HAVE to fender roll
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is it a tire issue? if i swap out the rear tires would that make a difference?thanks for ur input
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Nope also is this your car ?
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no i own an e90...i was just browsing their forum cause no one has anythign for sale here on this site...so what about the rears wont make it fit? e90's cant support a 10.5? will e90's support a 10 inch wide rim in the rear instead?
id hate to make the same mistake he did shelling out money for rims that he cant use. thanks
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that is pushing the limits. hre told me the e90 can fit a 19x11, but i dont know. the tries are pushing it i think.
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no i own an e90...i was just browsing their forum cause no one has anythign for sale here on this site...so what about the rears wont make it fit? e90's cant support a 10.5? will e90's support a 10 inch wide rim in the rear instead?
id hate to make the same mistake he did shelling out money for rims that he cant use. thanks
10 will fit thats what im getting but you have to fender roll if not you will rub with every little bump
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gotcha...thanks
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http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=326823

will these fit? thinking of picking them up if they do....can anyone help?thanks
Question is, why would you want 10.5" in the rear? Do you know the rims weight?
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10 will fit thats what im getting but you have to fender roll if not you will rub with every little bump
i have 10 in the rear with no rubbing issue. depends on your offset.
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Question is, why would you want 10.5" in the rear? Do you know the rims weight?
why? because some guy spend thousand of dollars on wheels, now he wants to sell his. to save a few bucks you buy them used. if they are 10.5 you have no choice right??
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Well your car is not dropped so you don't have to I hace to cause I'm droping her 3in.
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i didnt WANT a 10.5 inch wheel i was just wondering if they would fit.if i were ordering it on my own brand new id go with a 10.
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10 in with no drop right? i deff. want to drop it so will a 10 still fit? whaty offset u running longtran?
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10 in with no drop right? i deff. want to drop it so will a 10 still fit? whaty offset u running longtran?
You could run a 10" rear rim, you just need the correct offset, but it will be close if you lower it. Longtran doesn't know the offsets because DPE considers it a *trade secret* so they don't tell their customers.

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