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      07-04-2013, 08:58 AM   #1
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Alloy fitment question

Hi Folks,

I have been offered some CSL style alloys for my E92 325i, with the sizing:

19x8 ET35
19x9 ET35

Would these be a good fit on an E92? Would they look good at that size?

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      07-04-2013, 09:05 AM   #2
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Does fit without problem. Would look sunk in though so a set of spacer should be considered when installing.
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Those specs will work without a problem.
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thanks guys. Do you think this would look good at these size or should I hold out until I can get my hands on 19x8.5 / 19x9.5?
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thanks guys. Do you think this would look good at these size or should I hold out until I can get my hands on 19x8.5 / 19x9.5?
Wider is better looking and will fill the wheel housing more.
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