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      04-10-2008, 01:30 AM   #1
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Will BBS RS-GT E46 M3 offset wheels fit on E92 335I?

they are
19x8.5 ET35
19x9.5 ET25

will they fit?

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      04-10-2008, 01:32 AM   #2
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You will need to super roll your fenders.
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You will need to super roll your fenders.
ouch.... thanks for the info, how about change tire size?
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      04-10-2008, 03:39 AM   #4
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you'll have to double check but not sure if you can run a 265 on a 19x10
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you'll have to double check but not sure if you can run a 265 on a 19x10
i am.

with no rubbing.
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      04-10-2008, 04:47 AM   #6
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hey Suareezay~ did you roll your fender? or did you do any mod?
tires info??
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It ALL depends on the offset guys. If they are M3 offset (Probably ET25 or 22 I'd say... maybe even 20) they will rub like crazy.
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hey Suareezay~ did you roll your fender? or did you do any mod?
tires info??
yep, theyre rolled. tires are 235f 265r.
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It ALL depends on the offset guys. If they are M3 offset (Probably ET25 or 22 I'd say... maybe even 20) they will rub like crazy.
im rocking ET25 IIRC, dropped on KWv2s, with zero rubbing whatsoever.
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Ahh but you have rolled fenders
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To finally answer this guys question... Yes you can put them on the car... You will HAVE to roll the fenders and probably put a bit of camber on it. I'm not 100% on it because I haven't done this because 265 works fine on the car and going crazy on trying to just get 10mm more of tire on the ground with just that much work seems a bitttttt much... I'm not trying to scare you away from the idea, I just think its a bit more convenient for just getting 265's.

Hope this helps
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Ahh but you have rolled fenders
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yepp there ya go... gotta roll them fenders.
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just confirm the wheel size
they are
Front: 19x8.5 ET35
Rear: 19X9.5 ET25
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Quote:
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just confirm the wheel size
they are
Front: 19x8.5 ET35
Rear: 19X9.5 ET25
THe fronts are fine they will not rub with a 235 or a 245!!
The rears is questionable see Ive rocked 19x10et 20 before and yes i had to do some fender rolling but again thats 10inches with +20 offset. your wheels are 9.5 inches with +25 offset..
That right there is 1/2 narrower wheel (9.5" compared to 10") with 5mm less offset!!(+20 compared to +25) I think it should work no problem with a 265!!!!
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Ahh but you have rolled fenders
JL
o ya of course. i rocked these wheels at stock height without rolling and i rubbed bad expansion joints on the highway or other ridiculous dips in the road. it wasnt too bad.
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