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      04-20-2013, 12:50 PM   #1
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Will 19" wheels with e39 m5 fitment work on my e90 335i?

Hey guys so I let my friend drive my car about a week ago. Long story short he ended up putting it into a curb so now I need new wheels. I previously had 19" rays ITC Sebring IIs and I really liked the wheels. However now that I'm in need for new wheels and they're being covered by my friend, I want to switch up the look and go for something a little different. I found these wheels that came off an e39 m5 and was wondering if I could run these wheels without any rubbing. The seller is unsure of the offset and width of the wheels however he thinks the fronts are 19x8 +20 with 235/36 tires and the rears are 19x9.5 +22 with 275/30 tires. Will these fit on my e90 335i with sport suspension?

I'm in a tight situation as my car has been in the shop for a week now waiting on new wheels. The guy said he would take the wheels to a shop to have them measured for width and offset but I don't want to make him go through that if the insight you guys provide shows that the wheels most likely wont work. Thanks in advance for the help.
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first, you'll need hubcentric rings since the e39 has a different center bore size.

second, your rears will rub unless you roll the fenders or swap to 265/35/19 tires.
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+20 is uncomfortably close. I tried running some +18's, and they were not going to work at all. granted, 19x8.5, not x8.

and +1 to above. Rears will rub with that offset.
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first, you'll need hubcentric rings since the e39 has a different center bore size.

second, your rears will rub unless you roll the fenders or swap to 265/35/19 tires.
+1 But 265/30/19 and hub centric rings 74.1->72.6.
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Thanks for the input guys. I think I'm going to pull the trigger on these wheels. I currently have 265/30/19 on the rears now so if its too big of a problem I'll just put my old tires on. Stay tuned for upcoming pics of the new wheels on the car.
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+1 But 265/30/19 and hub centric rings 74.1->72.6.
oops. yeah 265/30 for the 19s.
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