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      04-13-2008, 02:41 AM   #1
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will these fit e90?

Brand : ADR M-CLASSIC
Bolt pattern : 5 x 120
Size : 19 x 8.5(front) & 19 x 9.5(rear)
Offset : 15mm(front) & 15mm(rear)
Lip size : 1"(front) & 2"(rear)

I want another set of wheels for track and what not. Want to know if these will fit with no mods? Stock with sport suspension??

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Are 19's actually beneficial for track use? I don't know if these'll fit or not, but shouldn't you be getting 18's tops if you're tracking your e90?
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      04-13-2008, 02:52 AM   #3
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probably but these are selling for cheap!
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Offset is ET15, so wouldn't fit.
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Ideally for track you should be looking at 17's. They are lighter, more responsive and the tires are much cheaper to replace.
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Offset is ET15, so wouldn't fit.
Yup, WAYY too aggressive.
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Yup, WAYY too aggressive.

Agreed. Those offsets are way to low for the E90.
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      04-13-2008, 12:27 PM   #8
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those will NOT fit front and back...
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Thanks guys! i appreciate the help.
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