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      07-12-2013, 05:19 AM   #1
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Will 128i rims fit my E90 328i?

Rims were originally on a 2010 128i, sized: 7" width, 47 mm offset, 120 mm bolt pattern.

Will these fit my 2009 328i E90? What issues could arise if I were to get those?

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Rims were originally on a 2010 128i, sized: 7" width, 47 mm offset, 120 mm bolt pattern.

Will these fit my 2009 328i E90? What issues could arise if I were to get those?

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Man, considering ours are 34-37mm offsets, that a big difference. With a 8.5" wheel and a 37mm offset, it took a 20mm spacer to flush it to the rear fender. With a 7" wheel width and a 47mm offset, would I be correct to assume that it would take a 10mm spacer just to bring it up to the factory "tucked" offset. 30mm if you wanted it to look nice.
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Like said above, big spacers would be needed if you want them to be close to flush.
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I definitely would recommend spacers for those specs!
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Thanks for the input guys! Much appreciated - I think I'll wait for another set
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Yes but you will have one hell of a tucked in look.
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unless it's for a winter set (it's only July), why would anyone intentionally want to put on 7" wide wheels?!
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Yes but you will have one hell of a tucked in look.
Ha, well that is a "look" now isn't it?
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